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Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS

Gemballa has added an all new take onto their Tornado lineup of modified Porsche Cayenne SUV with a new forward opening hood and new lighting at all four corners. The Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS has a much more compact face thanks to the new Carrera GT head lamps that are housed underneath the new hinged sheet metal and manages to completely transform the character of the full size Cayenne much like when Ruf created the Dakara . Aside from the wide body fenders and traditional Tornado kit, the 750 GTS also features a reinforced chassis complete with sport suspension and an electronic lowering module that compliment the big brake kit housed inside the 22 inch Gemballa GT SPORT forged wheels.

Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS

On the inside Gemballa added a few high end features like night vision thanks to a tiny camera mounted in the front bumper and a set of sport buckets wrapped in luxurious leather and Alcantara back in the cabin that is adorned with a host of carbon fiber trim accent pieces. However Gemballa doesn’t call this Tornado a 750 GTS for nothing, after working their magic under the new engine cover and applying a few in house tricks, the German tuner has managed to extract a total of 750 HP from the twinturbocharged V8 Porsche .

Source: Gemballa



10 comments:

I like mostly the inside interior here. The concept and of the mounted bumper really set a sporty concept and image to the car. Having this likely more of a high-end and dominating car.

The power of the car is great that offers a highest possible speed. It is an amazing idea because they use a sports utility vehicle having a sport look and an impressive output. Hoping for more productions.

Those modified specs don’t give a obvious make over for the car, it doesn’t look sporty at all. However, its great to know that Gemballa offers an impressive 750 horsepower for this vehicle.

Wow! So they are offering a v8 technology twin turbo for this car? This engine upgrade really boost the power output of the car. Although its not that sporty still admittedly I was impressed with its performance.

Gemballa always thought about about cleanliness, aggressiveness, cool lines with upscale interiors. So to see that vehicle be made to look like something I’d find in an old issue of Super Street makes me flinch.

If you want to tuned down a bit the volume of your Cayenne ,
then try the Gemballa GT 500 Aero 3, which wears less ostentatious aero lowered over 22-inch wheels,it has the new exhaust and engine.

The forward opening of the hood is kind of bad for the car drivers and mechanics. Its not easy to fix things up with a forward opening hood.

he front looks like it’s been melted because of "the speeeed" and the rear follows the VW school of light design: "draw a random taillight-like shape and then put two goddam circles in it!" That’s how they did the Golf 5, Polo, Phaeton and the latest two generations of the Passat... Really cheap, but very popular to the masses! I really like Gemballa’s work on the 911 and Cayman/Boxster, but this is just... bad!

beg to disagree on you ericsolberg coz’ the power of this one is quite great and there’s no question about it for a SUV. Gemballa really play a lot of possibilities to combine it to Carrera GT by means of the headlights but I don’t think it suits for a SUV.

Ow the headlight is from the Carrera GT? Nice assembly and you’re right, it’s like a Cayenne SUV. Also the power of it, hmmm... great as of now. I want to be more powerful because it’s that heavy so thinking to increase up the power of this muscle car.

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