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The 2021 Koenigsegg Gemera on a runway in Sweden

The 2021 Koenigsegg Gemera Packs Insane Technology Into Its 1700 HP Frame

The 2021 Koenigsegg Gemera is the family car of the elite. For starters, the Gemera comes with a roughly $1.7 million price tag. Ow. However, you're getting a lot for your money. Supposing you have that kind of money. Frankly, if I did, I'd be writing a first drive review of my new 2021 Koenigsegg Gemera. Regardless, for that $1.7 million, you get some of the best technology the auto industry has to offer. Honestly, Christian von Koenigsegg, the company's founder is a technological wizard. This is just a taste of the insane tech in the new Gemera megacar.
A white Koenigsegg Jesko hypercar at the Geneva International Motorshow in Switzerland in March 2019

Supercar vs. Hypercar: What’s the Difference?

The terms “supercar” and “hypercar” describe vehicles capable of extreme speeds and premium performance. Plenty of sports cars on the road today offer spine-tingling power and precise handling. The 21st century has churned out some amazing vehicles, from the McLaren F1 to the Ferrari Enzo. But with so many options, it’s hard to distinguish which …
A Koenigsegg Regera KNC hypercar on display at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland

Does Hypercar Maker Koenigsegg Use Ford Engines?

Hypercars are the best of the best. These elite, ultra-high-performance vehicles set records and look stunning. So, would you be surprised to learn that one originally used a Ford engine? That’s the case with Swedish hypercar maker Koenigsegg. Here’s how its engines have evolved. Koenigsegg’s beginnings Koenigsegg is a relatively young automaker. It began in …
A Koenigsegg logo sits on a wall beyond the automaker's Agera RS hypercar at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday, March 4, 2015

How Do You Pronounce Koenigsegg?

You’ve probably familiar with foreign automakers like Honda, Toyota, and Subaru. You probably even know a few things about exotic cars from Lamborghini, Ferrari, and even McLaren. But you might not have heard of Koenigsegg. True, it doesn’t roll off the tongue as easily as, say, Bugatti. Still, there’s a reason the Swedish automaker chose …
Doug DeMuro with a gray pre-production Koenigsegg Gemera in a hanger

4 Seats and 1700 Hp: The Koenigsegg Gemera Is a Family-Friendly Hypercar

Hypercars, by definition, offer extreme levels of performance. Swedish company Koenigsegg, though, blends that kind of performance with more than a touch of unconventionality. Yes, hypercars like the Bugatti Divo can sprint at 200+ mph. But who else but Koenigsegg would make something like the four-seater Gemera? And as Doug DeMuro explains in his latest …
A passenger side profile view of a white 2019 Koenigsegg Regara

First Public Auction of a Koenigsegg Regera Hypercar – Over $200,000 in Options

Koenigsegg has built a reputation for manufacturing an incredible hypercar or two. Their cars are also very exclusive and rarely trade hands on the open market. In the case of any Koenigsegg Regera model, one has never been offered at a public auction until now.  The Koenigsegg Regera Only 80 copies of the Koenigsegg Regera, according to the listing …
A gray Koenigsegg Gemera supercar is parked on a green lawn with a white tent in the background.

The $2M Supercar for Your Next Family Road Trip

For most of us, the terms “comfortable, practical family car” and “supercar” don’t exist in the same universe. Especially when that supercar has a nearly $2 million sticker price. Swedish sports car manufacturer Koenigsegg has produced its first-ever high-performance vehicle that seats four people. The automaker touts it as “family-friendly.” According to Koenigsegg, the Gemera …
An image of a Koenigsegg Regera speeding down a runway.

This Is the Best Way to Crash a Million-Dollar Hypercar

Hypercar manufacturers often produce cars in minimal numbers. As a result, they can’t send dozens of cars to be crash-tested. To get around this issue, Koenigsegg came up with an ingenious way to complete all of its certifications with essentially one car. More specifically, we’re looking at the crash testing for the Koenigsegg Regera, a …
A photo of a 2004 Koenigsegg CCR at an airplane hangar.

The 242 MPH Koenigsegg CCR Speeding Ticket Is an Urban Legend

Koenigsegg is no stranger to building hypercars capable of cruising comfortably at 200 mph. So much so that in 2017, a Koenigsegg Agera RS managed to become the world’s fastest production car with an average speed of 277.9 mph. Today we’re focusing on one of its predecessors, the Koenigsegg CCR. According to Road and Track, …