Those that drive coupe’s, convertibles and other two door car types, will know the inconvenience of B Pillars, tipping seats or sliding seats forward towards the dash in order to properly access the rear seats and passenger spaces.
Koenigsegg has you in mind and has a solution!
Enter the innovative new Koenigsegg Gemera which features a glamourous, pillarless side profile, and an open plan entry on both sides that eliminates the need for such manual and menial activities!
In a tweet this morning, the Swedish luxury performance car maker explained that the secret was in the design of the `dihedral synchro-helix doors’. These open in such a way that allows access beyond traditional sideways and upward lifting doors.
The Gemera is described as the world’s first Mega GT which boasts a full 4 seater cabin with all the performance statistics you’d expect from Koenigsegg.
More information can be found here – The Gemera – Koenigsegg
No B-pillars. No leaning the front seats forward. No awkward crouching when getting in and out.
Just two larger dihedral synchro-helix doors that open to provide easy access in and out of the Gemera for four people. Now that’s what we call a true four-seater Mega-GT. pic.twitter.com/6nAmgpKV1w
— Koenigsegg Official (@koenigsegg) December 14, 2020