Gemballa Porsche Panamera Mistrale

gemballa-mistrale-1Among Porsche tuners Gemballa is known for their outrageous works not only because of the extreme amount of power included in their packages but also because of their extreme body makeover! Now the creators of masterpieces like Mirage GT have take on the Porsche Panamera, and turned it to the Mistrale.

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Although details are really scarce at the moment, well there is no detail out to be honest! but as we see in these leaked out images, Mistrale features a full bodykit with revised bumpers and carbon fiber spoilers, a huge diffuser at the back, 22 inch rims and a pair of twin tailpipes, which can be considered as a sign of what Gemballa has done to the car’s engine! They very rarely let a car leave the company with less than 600 hp! You also get blacked out roof and a new hood.

Although details are really scarce at the moment, well there is no detail out to be honest! but as we see in these leaked out images, Mistrale features a full bodykit with revised bumpers and carbon fiber spoilers, a huge diffuser at the back, 22 inch rims and a pair of twin tailpipes, which can be considered as a sign of what Gemballa has done to the car’s engine! They very rarely let a car leave the company with less than 600 hp! You also get blacked out roof and a new hood.

Gemballa Cayenne Tornado 750 GTS

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Oh My Sweet Lord! Have you ever seen such a hideous looking thing! Gemballa must have done it on purpose! So we won’t call the original Cayenne ugly anymore and cherish it as a beauty!! However, it packs a massive punch in form of 750 hp and 1050 nm of torque. Still not interested!
Gemballa does it every time a new Cayenne comes out. Among all of their other engines which are all very very powerful, they have to have a 750 hp unit! To achieve this level of power they have done a deep surgery on Cayenne Turbo’s V8 engine and increased its capacity to 5.0 liter. They’ve fitted fortified forged pistons, special connecting rods, racing turbochargers and a new air intercooler that has a 90 percent larger cooling area and installed a new sport exhaust system with the sport catalysts, and optimised racing headers.
The result is plain to see, 750 hp / 552 kW at 6,400 rpm and 1,050 Nm of torque at 3200 rpm which translate into 0-100 time of 4.3 seconds and top speed of just over 300 km/h. It’s shame though, they let this engineering marvel down with a nasty bodykit.
Gemballa is going to make only 50 units of this 750 GTS Tornado. And if think the way it looks is ridiculous, check this out: It costs 400,000 Euros! Holy Moly! If I could be really honest with you about this it’d be like ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ …. !

Oh My Sweet Lord! Have you ever seen such a hideous looking thing! Gemballa must have done it on purpose! So we won’t call the original Cayenne ugly anymore and cherish it as a beauty!! However, it packs a massive punch in form of 750 hp and 1050 nm of torque. Still not interested!

Gemballa does it every time a new Cayenne comes out. Among all of their other engines which are all very very powerful, they have to have a 750 hp unit! To achieve this level of power they have done a deep surgery on Cayenne Turbo’s V8 engine and increased its capacity to 5.0 liter. They’ve fitted fortified forged pistons, special connecting rods, racing turbochargers and a new air intercooler that has a 90 percent larger cooling area and installed a new sport exhaust system with the sport catalysts, and optimised racing headers.

The result is plain to see, 750 hp / 552 kW at 6,400 rpm and 1,050 Nm of torque at 3200 rpm which translate into 0-100 time of 4.3 seconds and top speed of just over 300 km/h. It’s shame though, they let this engineering marvel down with a nasty bodykit.

Gemballa is going to make only 50 units of this 750 GTS Tornado. And if think the way it looks is ridiculous, check this out: It costs 400,000 Euros! Holy Moly! If I could be really honest with you about this it’d be like ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ ‘BEEP’ …. !

Gemballa Mirage GT Matte Black Edition

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Many tuners still wanna pay tribute to the CGT with new editions, such as this Gemballa Mirage GT which has now come in matte black finish.Porsche Carrera GT has become history since the company ceased its production long time ago.  But this machine had such a great impact on autoworld that it’ll last forever as one of the greatest cars of all time.
The standard Carrera GT has a 612 hp race-bred V10 while the Gemballa Mirage puts 670hp at the disposal of your right foot. (there used to be 750hp versions among the earlier models of the Mirage) It can go from null to 100km/h in 3.7 seconds and reach top speed of 335km/h.
Porsche Carrera GT to be honest in the only beautiful Porshce we know!! and we are not a fan of those ridiculous ostentaious bodykits which ruin the the whole car. Furthermore Gemballa has proved they don’t have a very good taste in design and styling! But amazingly the Mirage GT actually looks pretty handsome. Early white models looked good, those naked carbon fiber editions were also cool and now this matte black edition, which I think is the best of the lot. However they make a red one as well and that is just not so good. So remember, if you gonna buy one of these, avoid the red one!!!
Gemballa also garnished the interior of this million dollar car with blue alcantara and white carbon fiber, which is just exquisite. This is a very special ride for very special people.

Many tuners still wanna pay tribute to the CGT with new editions, such as this Gemballa Mirage GT which has now come in matte black finish.Porsche Carrera GT has become history since the company ceased its production long time ago.  But this machine had such a great impact on autoworld that it’ll last forever as one of the greatest cars of all time.

The standard Carrera GT has a 612 hp race-bred V10 while the Gemballa Mirage puts 670hp at the disposal of your right foot. (there used to be 750hp versions among the earlier models of the Mirage) It can go from null to 100km/h in 3.7 seconds and reach top speed of 335km/h.

Porsche Carrera GT to be honest in the only beautiful Porshce we know!! and we are not a fan of those ridiculous ostentaious bodykits which ruin the the whole car. Furthermore Gemballa has proved they don’t have a very good taste in design and styling! But amazingly the Mirage GT actually looks pretty handsome. Early white models looked good, those naked carbon fiber editions were also cool and now this matte black edition, which I think is the best of the lot. However they make a red one as well and that is just not so good. So remember, if you gonna buy one of these, avoid the red one!!!

Gemballa also garnished the interior of this million dollar car with blue alcantara and white carbon fiber, which is just exquisite. This is a very special ride for very special people.

Gemballa Avalanche GTR 650 EVO-R: 206 mph; 62 mph in 3.2 Sec.

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The Avalanche name signifies the “masterpiece” of the Gemballa program, says the German tuner. As it should, the original Gemballa Avalanches (along with the Mirage and Cyrrus models) of the 1980s offered wicked performance and flamboyant styling in equal measures. Unlike last year’s model, this Avalanche starts life as a 997 Turbo. Don’t fret about a loss of performance, though. With 650 hp and 700 lb-ft of torque, the GTR 650 EVO-R is The Fast One.
How fast? The Avalanche reaches 332 km/h (206 mph) and hits 62 mph from a standstill in 3.4 seconds. The company offers an 800-hp package, say, if you want to outrun a stock Nissan GT-R.
Engine upgrades include a revised crankshaft, titanium connecting rods, forged pistons, and larger turbochargers feeding a stainless steel exhaust system. Up top are new camshafts, cylinder heads, an aluminum induction pipe, and carbon air box.
Transmitting the power to the ground through the all-wheel drive system are a set of 20-in. wheels, with tires sized 245/30 front and 325/25 rear. The brakes receive the same treatment: six-piston calipers on 16-in. rotors fore and four-pistons clamp on 15-in. rotors aft. Suspension upgrades consist of new coilovers, adjustable dampeners, stabilizers, and strut braces.
Look past the gullwing-style doors, and you’ll notice the Carrera GT headlights affixed to a carbon fiber front bumper. Out back, the Avalanche borrows the LED tail lamps from the recently refreshed Porsche 911. The rear bumper, side skirts, and hood are new, as well. And the integrated rear diffuser is available in varnish or carbon fiber.
Gemballa says the redesign of the plebian-in-comparison 911 interior “turns it into a VIP lounge with motorsports atmosphere.” Additions include new leather, aluminum pedals, a smattering of carbon fiber trim, and new seats. Gemballa is particularly proud of its airbag-equipped steering wheel, a welcome addition should things go horribly wrong during a v-max attempt.
The GTR 650 EVO-R starts at €350,000 ($498,300), including the price of a base 997 Turbo.

The Avalanche name signifies the “masterpiece” of the Gemballa program, says the German tuner. As it should, the original Gemballa Avalanches (along with the Mirage and Cyrrus models) of the 1980s offered wicked performance and flamboyant styling in equal measures. Unlike last year’s model, this Avalanche starts life as a 997 Turbo. Don’t fret about a loss of performance, though. With 650 hp and 700 lb-ft of torque, the GTR 650 EVO-R is The Fast One.

How fast? The Avalanche reaches 332 km/h (206 mph) and hits 62 mph from a standstill in 3.4 seconds. The company offers an 800-hp package, say, if you want to outrun a stock Nissan GT-R.

Engine upgrades include a revised crankshaft, titanium connecting rods, forged pistons, and larger turbochargers feeding a stainless steel exhaust system. Up top are new camshafts, cylinder heads, an aluminum induction pipe, and carbon air box.

Transmitting the power to the ground through the all-wheel drive system are a set of 20-in. wheels, with tires sized 245/30 front and 325/25 rear. The brakes receive the same treatment: six-piston calipers on 16-in. rotors fore and four-pistons clamp on 15-in. rotors aft. Suspension upgrades consist of new coilovers, adjustable dampeners, stabilizers, and strut braces.

Look past the gullwing-style doors, and you’ll notice the Carrera GT headlights affixed to a carbon fiber front bumper. Out back, the Avalanche borrows the LED tail lamps from the recently refreshed Porsche 911. The rear bumper, side skirts, and hood are new, as well. And the integrated rear diffuser is available in varnish or carbon fiber.

Gemballa says the redesign of the plebian-in-comparison 911 interior “turns it into a VIP lounge with motorsports atmosphere.” Additions include new leather, aluminum pedals, a smattering of carbon fiber trim, and new seats. Gemballa is particularly proud of its airbag-equipped steering wheel, a welcome addition should things go horribly wrong during a v-max attempt.

The GTR 650 EVO-R starts at €350,000 ($498,300), including the price of a base 997 Turbo.