Koenigsegg’s 600 hp Twin-Turbo Inline-Three with a Camless Head

Koenigsegg Gemera twin-turbo TFG inline-three

Koenigsegg recently debuted a four-seat, all-wheel-drive vehicle called the Gemera. The vehicle’s powertrain features a twin-turbo 2.0 L inline-three called TFG “Tiny Friendly Giant” that produces 600 horsepower and 600 Nm (442 lb-ft) of torque. The motor specs includes a 9.5:1 compression, 95 mm bore, 93.5 mm stroke, dry sump, and weighs 70 kg. The engine also uses a fully variable valve actuation (camless) head developed by Koenigsegg’s sister company Freevalve. This allows the ECU to control the intake and exhaust timing independently of each other. The car pairs the TNG with three electric motors that together produce 1700 horsepower and 3500 Nm (2581 lb-ft) of torque which propels the Gemera 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 1.9 seconds.

Koenigsegg Gemera twin-turbo TFG inline-three

Koenigsegg Gemera twin-turbo TFG inline-three

Koenigsegg Gemera twin-turbo TFG inline-three

Koenigsegg Gemera twin-turbo TFG inline-three

Source: Koenigsegg, Top Gear, and Road&Track

9 thoughts on “Koenigsegg’s 600 hp Twin-Turbo Inline-Three with a Camless Head”

    1. Yet not wide. Koenigsegg is like an expensive coffee table book. Looks impressive and quite expensive, but only there for show as there are too few of these books and they do nothing to expand reading in the population. Impressive for sure, but its all just a vanity project.

      Tesla pushed all other manufacturers to move toward EVs. Koenigsegg is “look at me” but doing nothing to change the industry. Let’s keep it real.

      1. Koenigsegg has been at the forefront of motoring development it’s entire life. The mere existence pushes all supercar manufacturers to keep up. It inspires the mind and make the whole world know what is possible. Tech may take decade’s to filter to you, but without the limits being pushed by the egg, you are relying on Toyota..

        I’m sorry but you are asking a boutique car manufacturer to make as much change to the industry as Tesla? He has made more innovation than Porsche or Ferrari or Bugatti, does that count?

        Or how about Freevalve tech that could give every ice car manufacturer 30% more fuel economy/30% more power. I’m sorry, but companies are pushing for single digits improvements. 30% is where Koenigsegg is at.

      2. If you do not know all the data don’t talk. Koenigsegg promotes using bioethanol to fuel the ice, but it can use gas if necessary. Bioethanol doesn’t impact the environment (0 emissions)and offers a solution to offer a vehicle that you can use long-term. Tesla it’s just an expensive gadget with a lifespan of maximum 10-15 years. Not everybody what’s to wait 20-30 minutes to charge a car, or to spent 15000-20000 dollars to replace the battery that it’s full of dangerous materials.

    2. Outstanding engineering and design another brilliant car from konosegg, and for someone who makes the finest hand built megacars in the world he is so down to earth and a great person

    3. They just redesigned what trucks have used for engine braking .. redevelopment is good but what’s it’s longevity like .an ev has that down packed with it’s also future reusability

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