Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

Gemballa loves Porsches, there is no secret in this and in order to show us all that its love has no limits the tuner shows today the Tornado 750 GTS, a new vehicle based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo. The new vehicle comes with a weight reduction of 250 kg, achieved using lightweight components such as carbon fiber.

Also, the design of the SUV has been improved using a new body kit consisting in a new front apron extended by 60 millimeters with integrated aero lip generating more downthrust at the front axle, body extensions which fitted all the way from the front to the rear, side skirts, a completely redesigned rear with new rear spoiler, a rear skirt extended by 40 millimeters and a new race diffuser.

Also, the new double tail lights and four end pipes of the high performance exhaust system which have been integrated in the rear skirt, confirm the powerful appearance.

Under the hood, with the help of the sport exhaust system, the sport catalysers and the optimized racing header the V8 has been boosted to an impressive 750 hp (552 kW) at 6,400 rpm and a maximum torque of 1,050 Nm at 3200 rpm.

With these new numbers, the vehicle can sprint from standstill to 100 km/h in just 4.3 seconds (with 0.2 faster than the Bmw X6 and X5 M) and has a top speed of over 300 km/h.

Inside the vehicle features four individual seats, offering a unique seating experience when driving winding roads are another highlight. Also, a new display was mounted on the new front console showing driving data such as acceleration, cross-acceleration and deceleration values.

The kit is completed by the 22 inch GT SPORT forged rims fitted with high-performance tyres measuring 335/25 Z 22. Under these rims, Gemballa installed 6-piston brake callipers with 420 mm discs at the front axle and 4-piston brake callipers with 380mm discs at the rear axle. Only 50 units will be produced by Gemballa, each priced at €400,000 so if you want one you'd better hurry!

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