The Gemera is Koenigsegg’s first four-seater and the world’s first Mega-GT. The Swedish manufacturer of high-performance sports cars was founded in 1994 and has hit many firsts in its short history. The CC8S was launched in 2002 as the company’s first street-legal production car, wherein 2009 and 2019, the CCXR and Agera respectively won key industry awards. Fast forward to March 3, 2020, which saw Gemera, the limited production four-seat plug-in hybrid grand tourer, being unveiled via online broadcast. Dubbed the Tiny Friendly Giant or TFG for short by Koenigsegg, this compact yet powerful engine boasts 1700-hp, accelerates from 0-62 mph in 1.9 seconds, and can reach a max speed of 249 mph (186 mph in electric mode). The hybrid powertrain is made up of a three-cylinder combustion engine that runs on renewable alcohol fuel and three electric motors. With 500-hp electric motor for each rear wheel, a 600-horsepower combustion engine in between, the third 400-hp electric motor sits in front and drives the front wheels. The all-wheel-drive machine also features an 800-volt, 15 kWh battery pack behind the front wheels, which provides power to the electric motors.While the exterior is a bold and aggressive frame, the Gemera has the practicalities of a four-seater car with more luggage space. Unobstructed for both front and rear passengers to enter or exit, thanks to the lack of a B-pillar and two large dihedral doors, there was no detail spared on the interior. There are two cup holders per person, one hot and one cold, a steering wheel with leveled graphics screen, leather-upholstered electrically adjustable seats, and a total of four touchscreens.Its premier design characteristic is the giant Koenigsegg Automated Twisted Synchrohelix Actuation Door. These doors, one on each side that swing up vertically, allows effortless access and a very small opening footprint. Along with air vents incorporated in taillights and headlights, top-mounted titanium Akrapovič exhausts, rearview cameras are used in place of mirrors.The mega-car experience can now be shared with family and friends with a total range of 1,000 km, 950 km with its internal combustion engine, and 50km with its electric engine.