2025 Koenigsegg Gemera hyper-hybrid adds 2268bhp V8

Koenigsegg Gemera rear end with doors up

Both systems use a 14kWh battery and feature torque vectoring at each corner, boosting both agility and stability at speed.

Company founder Christian von Koenigsegg said: “The Gemera HV8 is not only the most powerful and extreme production car on the planet Earth, with an astonishing 1.11 hp per kg [1.09bhp/kg], but it is also the most practical and user-friendly sports car ever created.

“Its incredible response, handling, engine sound, crisp transmission, spacious interior, and four-wheel-drive systems combine to create an unprecedented and unparalleled driving experience, ready to set numerous records of performance around tracks and in straight lines.”

The Gemera is also Koenigsegg’s first foray into the GT market, the firm having only produced two-seat supercars up to this point. It features four seats and around 200 litres of storage space, putting it on a par with most city cars for practicality. 

Koenigsegg Gemera interior

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