If you have a stable and boring 991 Turbo or Turbo S and you're looking for a tremendous boost in power, you want to stand out from the crowd with a functional – if ugly – aerodynamics focused on the track, and you have a lot of money to throw the problem , Gemballa has a solution for you. The new GTR 8XX EVO-R Biturbo is a super-super-overhead top-of-the-line unit with a song per day. Gemballa is Porsche's biggest name in the tuning scene, assuming you never grew up in a terrible surplus in the 80s.
Starting with the bodywork, Gemballa added a revised front bumper, front bonnet cover, front ear, canaries, bonnet covers, engine bonnet, signal missiles, air wings, huge wing and rear diffuser, carbon fiber , natch. Although the weight of the car is not mentioned, it probably loses part of its weight for the car, but the rolling cell and the larger wheels probably added it back.
While Gemballa does not mention much about how the 3.8-liter two-piece six-engine was made, it was "massaged" to produce a mega 818 horsepower, which is 580 in the 991 Turbo S and 810 lb-ft a torque of 553 pounds in the showroom. form. Here, it is possible to use standard larger turbo, larger injectors, larger intercoolers, but with greater effect. This is an impressive set of numbers, for sure.
Speaking of good numbers, the GTR 8XX EVO-R BITURBO will accelerate from staying to sixty-two in just 2.38 seconds. It also takes only 7.5 seconds to reach 124 mph. And perhaps most impressive is that Gembala will stretch at 230 miles per hour on its VMax. Shares of the Turbo S are positively terrible compared to 0-62 for 2.7 seconds, 0-124 for 9.3 seconds, and only can reach a top speed of 208 mph. Pity.
Gemballa will dye GTR 8XX in almost any color and will offer either dull or glossy paint. This is soothing. Even better than that, the show they have already built has an incredible chocolate brown interior in it, which is extremely good.
They have not yet provided a date or a cost of availability, but you can assume it will be quite high. I would not be surprised to see this package at least twice as high as the price of your new 991 Turbo S, which has an MSRP of $ 191,950. But hey, it's a return to the old Gembalas, right? Wear the mentality of the 80s and you will be fine. If you understand it, you will be parading it. Greed is good.
H / T: Autoblog