You won't be able to take delivery for some time yet, mind you.
Just this year, Koenigsegg revealed its stunning Gemera grand tourer - a four-seater hybrid "Mega-GT" with a cutting-edge powertrain and a mind-numbing 1,700-peak-horsepower output rating. The Swedish supercar manufacturer hasn't yet started production on the exclusive Mega-GT, but if you know someone in the market, there's a dealership in Charlotte, North Carolina that's already offering one for sale.
To be clear, what McLaren Charlotte is actually offering is a build slot - that is, when the Gemera at last does enter production, the buyer will have reserved their spot in line to acquire one of the 300 multi-million-dollar Gemeras planned for production. The lucky buyer will still have to wait to take delivery of the car.
No price is listed on Charlotte McLaren's website, but Christian von Koenigsegg, the company's founder and CEO, has previously said that the Gemera will start at $1.7 million US, and go up from there.
Expensive as that may be, the Koenigsegg Gemera might well go down as a significant, paradigm-shifting item in the annals of supercar history, thanks mostly to its twin-turbocharged, 2.0L three-cylinder "Tiny Friendly Giant" internal combustion engine. On its own, it makes up to a staggering 600 horsepower, and it's capable of running an array of different fuels, thanks to its first-ever implementation of Freevalve camless valvetrain technology. That system uses electro-hydraulic-pneumatic actuators to actuate each intake and exhaust valve individually, handing full control over each valve's timing, duration, and lift to a computer for maximum tuning flexibility.
McLaren Charlotte's listing specifies a gray exterior and orange interior just like Koenigsegg's show car, with a 001 serial number. If we had to guess, we'd say these are almost certainly placeholders. At $1.7 million (or more) apiece, each Koenigsegg Gemera will almost certainly be built-to-order.
At any rate, the Koenigsegg Gemera isn't expected to reach production until around 2022, so customers will have plenty of time to sort the whole color situation out.