Koenigsegg stepped into the world of ultra-exclusive luxury GTs a couple of months ago, with the online, as it turned out after the cancellation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, unveiling of the Gemera .
The 2+2 is capable of mind-bending performance and looks like a multi-million dollar car, which it is, at least on Mobile, where we found this ad claiming to sell a build slot for €2,142,000 ($2,314,280), roughly $600,000 more than the official starting price.
While the Swedish supercar maker said it plans to put the Gemera into production in 2022, the listing doesn’t say anything about the possible delivery date. Moreover, it’s advertised as having delivery miles on the clock, a first registration that dates back to March this year and a grey exterior, on top of a full-leather cockpit, like the one shown in the watermarked official images.
The vendor is a German used car dealer based between Essen and Dortmund that has several other high-end machines in its portfolio, from Bentley, Mercedes-Maybach, Maserati, Porsche and Tesla, as well as others from Audi, BMW, Ford, Toyota and Volkswagen. As usual, we recommend double-checking with the automaker, in this case Koenigsegg, to make sure that the listing is legit, and consult with a lawyer.
A true game-changer for the automotive world, the Gemera packs a small 2.0-liter three-cylinder engine, with dual turbos, that develops a whopping 600 HP and 442 lb-ft (600 Nm) of torque. The ICE is backed up by three electric motors that lift the total output to 1,700 HP and 2,581 lb-ft (3,500 Nm), and when the entire PHEV assembly works together, it can rocket it to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 1.9 seconds, with a 248 mph (400 km/h) top speed.