Koenigsegg has a gorgeous photo shoot for the hypercars Gemera and Jesko AbsolutApril 10, 2020
On the former runway, a photo shoot for the Gemera and Jesko Absolut hypercars was held. These cars were supposed to debut at the Geneva Motor Show, but this event was marked because of the coronavirus.
The automaker from Sweden, Koenigsegg, planned to introduce its hypercars at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show. However, this event did not take place because of the coronavirus. Now, the brand decided to introduce us to the four-seater Gemera model and the formidable Jesko Absolut through a specially organized photo shoot that took place on the former runway.
This Gemera has a tint of a dark gray body that gives off to green under the right light. The car received nine-spoke wheels with bright yellow centers and carbon-fiber spokes.
The interior has the same bright shade of yellow, but black accents and carbon fiber competently combine with this bright color.
Gemera uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine and three electric motors to deliver a total of 1,700 horsepower (3,500 Nm). This allows the car to reach speeds of 100 km / h in an amazing 1.9 seconds, and can also travel 50 kilometers only with electricity. Koenigsegg plans to make 300 copies of this model.
Jesko Absolut is an excellent demonstration of Koenigsegg’s engineering skills. It is equipped with a 5.0-liter turbocharged V8 that delivers 1280 horsepower when running on gasoline. (1000 Nm), and when using special fuel E85, this indicator increases to 1600 hp (1500 Nm). The car has a “dry” weight of 1320 kg, and the aerodynamic drag coefficient of the body is 0.278. Computer simulation shows that theoretically a car can reach a speed of 532 km / h.
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