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Supercar Blondie breaks down the high-tech features of the four-seater Koenigsegg Gemera.

The Koenigsegg Gemara was unveiled earlier this year at the Geneva Motorshow. However, it didn't get the fame it deserved thanks to the motor show's cancellation due to Covid-19.

The name Gemera means "to give more", and that is exactly what this stunning hypercar gives you. First of all, it is the worlds first four-seater hypercar and, secondly, it has the same number of cylinders as a Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost! But don't let that get you down, this insanely futuristic car features over 1,700bhp!

Supercar Blondie got the opportunity to do a quick breakdown of the first Koenigsegg Gemara in Dubai, and what she reveals about the car is revolutionary, to say the least. Aside from the most well-known aspects of the car, such as the three electric motors that power it over and above the 2-litre, 3-cylinder engine, the Gemera also has a large amount of luggage space for a hypercar. It also has more passenger legroom than most commuter sedans today, and features cup holders that will both keep your beverages hot or cold.

What's more, the Gemera's cluster is physically connected to the steering wheel, which is a first. However, the screen has motion detectors that will align whatever is displayed on the screen to always be level when you are steering!

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Supercar Blondie, on The world's first 4 seater hypercar - the Koenigsegg Gemera.

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