Cornesek’s reputation may have been built on the less powerful coupe, but now Gemera has demonstrated the car company’s vision of getting the entire family of drivers involved, according tomedia. The newly released car, dubbed the Mega-GT by the carmaker, may look like a coupe at first glance, but it actually has four adult seats inside.
According to Koenisek, this is the ideal “family station wagon” with a comfortable, stylish, safe and never-before-seen performance experience.
Since this is a hybrid, it is equipped with a petrol engine and three electric engines. The internal combustion part is a 2.0L three-cylinder twin-turbo Freevalve engine – known by Konisek as a “friendly little giant.” “It may be small, but it adds 450 kW/600 hp to the drivetrain.
As for the electric engines – one for each of the two rear tires, and the third on the engine’s crankshaft, they together can output 800kW/1100 hp. The car’s entire traditional system can output a maximum power of 1.27MW/1700 hp.
Gemera is understood to be using a plug-in hybrid system with a 800V 15 kWh battery pack – enough to support 31 miles of pure electric driving, according to the company. The electric engine allows the car to reach speeds of 211 mph. When needed, the gas engine starts, the maximum power is unlocked, and the total range is about 620 miles. This friendly little giant supports not only gasoline, but also Gen 2.0 ethanol, Vulcanol, E85 or other greener fuels.
Green doesn’t necessarily mean dullness. With full wheel steering and full-wheel torque vector distribution and traction control settings, Konicek promises to be fully capable of driving on normal roads, wet roads and tracks. The car is also equipped with adaptive cruise control as well as camera side mirrors and hydraulically adjusted driving height.
The luxurious positioning inside can be fully guessed from its positioning – full leather or Alcantara, custom carbon fiber sport, four seats heated separately, a three-zone climate control system, an 11-speaker and subwoofer audio system, an infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, a 13-inch display front and back, and two wireless phone chargers and four heated/cooled cup holders.
Gemera does not have a separate rear door, but the huge Konysek automatic rotary synchronous helix drive door can be pushed out and rotated upward to allow rear passengers to enter the vehicle through a B-pillar-free channel. The car seems to fit the name Gemera in particular, which is a synth of “give” and “more” in Swedish.
Mr Konicek said they would build only 300 Gemeras. Unfortunately, the company has not yet announced its price.