Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS/4 based on Porsche Cayenne

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

These are the latest photos that were released of the Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS 4-seater. To keep the model fresh, Gemballa engineers have made a few changes to the €400,000 SUV.

Highly noticeable at the front are the new CGT headlights used on the car, similar to those found on the Gemballa Mirage GT based on Carrera GT. In addition, the lower half of the front bumper appears to now include fog lights.

At the back, there is a new rear spoiler design that includes three sections of lighting, as opposed to just one.

In one of the images, we clearly see the center-mounted camera in the grille, possibly part of the SUV's infotainment and night vision system. Earlier this year, Gemballa announced that its engineers had stripped about 250 kg from the car's weight.

With a 750-horsepower turbo V8 engine that produces up to 1,050 Nm, this vehicle is able to hit 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds and has a top speed of over 300 km/h (186 mph).

With this much power, the car would also have to be equipped with bigger wheels, brakes, and air intakes.

Gemballa uses a 415/380 mm braking system with six-piston calipers in the front, and four-piston calipers at the back. 12x22" forged GT Sport Wheels are also used.

The car has been lowered by 70 mm. The package includes sport seats in the front and back, video screens all around, leather, Alcantara, and a set of carbon trim inserts.

Gemballa is known for having unparalleled interior design matched with innovation and creativity. The four-seater Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS/4 offers a unique driving experience for all of its passengers.

The embedded hand-holds in the rear center console offer supplementary support. On the other hand, the new front center console that houses the Data Control System and the lifted gearbox also improves the users’ experience.

The integrated display shows vital driving information such as acceleration, cross-acceleration, and deceleration. Providing a state-of-the-art interior, the Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS/4 also has high regard for comfort. Among its most interesting features are its Rear Seat Entertainment components and seats made of premium leather, carbon fiber, and/or aluminum.

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