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The U.K. debut of the all new Koenigsegg Gemera, the revolutionary world-first 'mega GT', will take place at Salon Prive Week.

04 Aug 2020 | International News : U.K.

Koenigsegg has announced that its sensational world's first 'mega GT' and first four-seat model, the all new Gemera, will be making its U.K. debut at this year's Salon Prive Week 2020 in the magnificent surroundings of Blenheim Palace.

Its name is derived from the Swedish words for 'give more', and it has been engineered to provide megacar performance but with a spacious interior and next generation environmental technology.

The TFG is designed to be super-efficient, have exceptionally low emissions and is able to be packaged in super small spaces
The result is a revolutionary new vehicle that can power four people and their carry-on luggage from zero to 100km/h in 1.9 seconds. The Gemera's two-litre, three-cylinder engine named the 'Tiny Friendly Giant' - or TFG for short - is able to run on petrol as well as the very latest CO2-neutral renewable fuels.

The TFG is complemented by three electric motors, and the combined powertrain gives a total output of 1,700bhp, with an immense 3,500Nm of torque. It drives through a patented single-gear Koenigsegg Direct Drive transmission, which also houses a lightweight 800V battery that enables the Gemera to run purely on electricity for up to 50km.

The TFG allows the Gemera to travel an additional 950km at highway cruising speeds in hybrid mode to deliver a total 1,000km range. Designed for worldwide homologation, the ground-breaking new model is based around a carbon fibre monocoque and features six smart airbags, stability control, traction control, ABS and Koenigsegg ADAS 2.5 suite of safety systems. With all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering and all-wheel torque vectoring, the Gemera is as safe as it is exhilarating - the rear seats can even be fitted with ISOFIX anchorage points.

Koenigsegg will be joined on the finely manicured lawns of Blenheim Palace by other greats from the world of performance motoring, including Ferrari - which will be represented by models spanning more than 70 years of its history - Lamborghini, Aston Martin, McLaren, Lotus and Bugatti.

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