Steve Hamilton and Tommy head to Koenigsegg’s factory to design the multi-million dollar Gemera hypercar.
Since its initial debut into the automotive world all the way back in March 2020, Koenigsegg‘s new Gemera mega GT continues to grow in popularity as production starts for the first few examples. With only 300 Gemera chassis allocated worldwide, it’s safe to say that the anticipation of delivery grows by the day for each future Koenigsegg owner. The Hamilton Collection is proud to be one of those 300 lucky owners, having put in an order for both the four-seater Gemera as well as the track-focused Jesko hypercar. As part of the newest upload to The Hamilton Collection’s YouTube channel, Steve Hamilton and Tommy fly to Sweden to personally spec out the upcoming Gemera at Koenigsegg’s factory with Christian Von Koenigsegg himself. Being one of the first to use the all-new innovative Koenigsegg Gemera virtual configurator, Steve and Tommy sit down to explore the infinite list of colors, materials, and other additional options.
The chosen exterior finish for Steve’s car is a head-turning dark metallic blue that also beautifully accentuates the curvatures of the Gemera’s elongated body design. With a wide variety of wheel styles and colors, carbon fiber multi-spoke wheels and vibrant orange carbon ceramic calipers are selected to stand out in the perfect way. Christian also showcases the desirable Ghost Package on the Gemera, adding a huge fixed carbon rear wing and diffuser for upgraded aerodynamics. Inside, Steve decides to style the spacious interior layout in black Alcantara with blue highlights to match the exterior. The last option chosen by The Hamilton Collection is a carbon fiber luggage set hand-crafted to make packing up the Koenigsegg Gemera for road trips a breeze. Now with the final stamp of approval from Christian Von Koenigsegg, The Hamilton Collection’s Koenigsegg Gemera is headed to production for a highly anticipated 2024 delivery. View all Koenigsegg hypercars currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Source: The Hamilton Collection YouTube