If someone argues that Porsche 911 Turbo is not good enough then they don’t know much about the car or are ignorant. But can Porsche 911 Turbo be even more driveable? This question was answered by Gemballa. The new project by German based tuning company is the Gemballa GT Concept that is based on 911 Turbo. It will be premiered at this year’s SEMA show with an astonishing output of 828 horsepower instead of the normal 540 horsepower. Porsche 911 Turbo is powered with 3.8 liter twin-turbo flat-six engine.
To squeeze out the power from this engine, Gembella replaced the intake manifolds, cylinder heads, valves, air filters, connecting rods, turbochargers, exhaust system, and much more. Apart from these changes, Gemballa GT Concept incorporates full aero kit, new side skirts, fender flares, rear bumper, diffuser, wing, front bumper and engine bay cover. Majority of these parts in the Gemballa GT Concept are made from carbon fiber and all of them sit on 21 inch forged alloy which is foot wide at the back. Six-pot calipers on the front on 380 mm disc four-pot calipers at the rear with 360 mm discs helps the wheel function smoothly.
With all these modifications in the Gemballa GT Concept helps it to accelerate from naught in under 2.4 seconds and has the top speed of excess 220 mph. Even though it is categorized as concept, the German based tuning company is willing to sell it under their GTR 8XX Evo-R BiTurbo program. Let us consider the price, the aero kit is priced at €25,450, the rolling stock is priced from €7,150 and engine upgrades will cost €49,800. If customer is looking for an optional carbon-fiber airbox it will be available for €3,880. On the other hand, the Turbo is priced from $161,800 and an additional $1,000 makes it an expensive entity.