We have been acquainted with luxurious alternatives in the past, yet never encountered anything quite as remarkable as this. According to reports from the inauguration event at Koenigsegg’s newly established manufacturing facility, the company is poised to offer purchasers of the Gemera model an unprecedented V8 hybrid powertrain, boasting a staggering output of 2,300 horsepower.

Upon its initial revelation, Koenigsegg pledged that the Gemera, a two-door, four-seat vehicle, would exhibit a still-excessive 1,700 horsepower (1,268 kW/1,723 PS) generated by a three-cylinder engine harmoniously integrated with a hybrid system.

However, the Egg Registry reports that the production iteration of the Gemera will present an alternative powertrain. Discarding the three-cylinder engine, the vehicle will adopt a V8 engine sourced from the Jesko model.


The aforementioned 5.0-liter twin-turbocharged engine already commands an impressive output of 1,578 horsepower (1,177 kW/1,600 PS) and 1,106 lb-ft (1,500 Nm) of torque when utilising E85 fuel in the Jesko. Moreover, the company boldly asserts that this engine holds the title of the fastest revving production engine in existence, rendering it a highly coveted addition to nearly any automobile.

According to CarScoops, the precise method by which this powerhouse will fit within the same space previously occupied by the comparatively diminutive three-cylinder engine remains uncertain. Nonetheless, reports indicate that it will be coupled with Koenigsegg’s nine-speed Light Speed Transmission and, owing to the inclusion of the hybrid system, deliver an awe-inspiring 2,300 horsepower and 2,028 lb-ft (2,750 Nm) of torque.

Furthermore, the production model of the Gemera will be equipped with physical side mirrors instead of the cameras featured on earlier prototypes, adhering to the regulatory requirements of the United States. For enhanced performance, an optional “Ghost Package” will introduce several aerodynamic enhancements, including a rear wing, an extended front splitter, and an S-duct. It is worth noting, however, that this package compromises practicality by eliminating the front trunk.

Regrettably, the outlet informs us that production of the Gemera is still a considerable amount of time away, with the first customers anticipated to receive their vehicles in 2025.