4 seater supercar – the Koenigsegg Gemera It reaches its final version, and brings updates and improvements compared to the pre-series releases. In the silhouette of a mid-engined two-door supercar, the Swedish manufacturer managed to fit it all together 4 seats (from Koenigsegg they guarantee that they are all suitable for adults), trunk and above all a V8 engine Electrified car can save well 2300 hp of power and 2,750 Nm from a couple. Production will be limited to 300 units and will begin in late 2024, with first deliveries expected in early 2024. 2025.
Beast strength and determination – the Koenigsegg Gemera It was initially announced with a turbocharged 2-liter three-cylinder engine mated to three electric motors. In this configuration, it is capable of developing 1,400 horsepower. Meanwhile, Koenigsegg has developed the 9-speed Lightspeed transmission, which is capable of shifting from one gear to the next without having to shift between intermediate gears. This transmission first appeared on Jesko and V8 enginewhich is somewhat representative in all respects My choice to the standard 3-cylinder engine. The cost of the option should be around 400,000 euros. With its electrified V8, Koenigsegg promises to improve the engine performance from Gemera. Although the Swedish house has not announced official data for the new configuration, based on what was previously mentioned we can expect an acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 1.9 seconds and a top speed of more than 400 km / h.
Engine and transmission modifications – The V8 built for the Jesko had to undergo some modifications Adaptation to Gemera. The power unit now adopts a so-called Hot-V design, with the turbines moved inside a V, between the cylinder banks. There is, too moving in It has been modified and is now designed to wrap around part of the engine, in what Christian von Koenigsegg called “Lightweight tourbillon transmission‘, to recall the mechanism used in high-end watches. Traction is an integral part.
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