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.