the Geneva Motor show will be a gold mine for the Prototype when it comes to selling and attracting new customers. However, the decision to cancel the exhibition due to the coronavirus, did not prevent the Swedish Koenigsegg to display their news to the public, on a video link.
" We're the only ones that have not been brought to our booth. As it is, The Prototype Motor Show in Geneva”, said Christian von Koenigsegg, when the DiTV Engine, talking to him on the link.
the New superbilen - one-hybrid
The major new feature was a plug-in hybrid Prototype Gemera as a result of the collaboration with the co-owner of Nevs.
" It's a whole new line of products. The name is derived from two English words, ”give more”. We will provide more megabil in terms of the fact that we produce more, we will have four seats instead of two, and we'll give more to the environment.
the hybrid car is similar to a two-seater Prototype, but has room for four grown people and their luggage. This is due to the drive train where the engine had been red for a three-cylinder two-liter engine with a biturbo and a so-called free valve, " explains Christian von Koenigsegg.
" of 3,500 newton-meters, and 1700 brake horsepower. It does the 0-100 1.9 sec. In addition, there is a plug-in hybrid that can run on pure electricity for 50 km.
the Prototype Gemera is made in a limited edition of 300 cars, with production to start in 2022.
" more than 1.7 million dollars. So very, very, very, very much. Probably the world's most expensive four-seater car.
" yes, Yes, we decided that it was a bit of a large leap to go from super low volume to a relatively higher rate. This meant that the price went up a little bit.
" oh, Yes, there are a few swedes who have the tjingat it.
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in Addition to the new hybrid car showed the Prototype also set up a new Jesko. The car had its premiere at last year's motor show, but this year it's all about a ”högfartsversion”.
" This is the Prototype that is going to be the fastest ever. It has the potential to run faster than 530 km/h).
" oh, Yes, I can see in front of me. It is, however, to find the right path, but the intention is there, most definitely.
read the full interview with ceo Christian von Koenigsegg on the ground in Geneva, switzerland.Date Of Update: 03 March 2020, 17:00