The well-known trainer German Gemballa specialist in rule modification of Porsche models, “has put all the meat on the grill” with the Gemballa Avalanche. This monstrous Porsche takes the basis of the 911 turbo will be presented at the upcoming Geneva motor show 2017.
The project Gemballa Avalanche began in 1984 with a model very special. it Was a Porsche 911 (930) Turbo to which he had introduced some peculiar air intakes side reminiscent of that used in the Testarossa. In addition to incorporated a front slantnose, which showed headlights of the retractable sort.
Historically, the brand Gemballa has had a career somewhat eye-catching. On the one hand, its founder and owner of the company, Uwe Gemballa was murdered in south Africa with a firearm. Since that time, the brand is governed by another owner perhaps more ambitious as representatives of the brand say that they “want several records”.
on the other hand; Gemballa was born in a time where it was booming, the modification of the models of Porsche; being different brands that is dedicated to it with more or less success. Among them we can highlight Koenig or Strosek. Some of their creations embelesaron to the taste of the select audience they were going for.
This 2017, the brand will introduce its new version, the Gemballa Avalanche 911 (991) Turbo. Taking the base of a Porsche 911 (991) Turbo with 540CV. Doing a series of improvements to achieve a power end of 820CV biturbo engine and will reach a staggering maximum torque of 950Nm.
Still no pictures of the final model, but we can see the work done on some of the sketches where to highlight a huge rear spoiler along with four exhaust outlets (whose shape is reminiscent of the iconic Carrera GT). In the front, the air intakes will be of their own creation. Finally, it will include approximately wheels of exclusive design that will suggest a huge brake calipers red.
But that is not all; “we are Going to present two luxury cars in Geneva”. These were the words of Steffen Korbach. So, in addition to the model already mentioned above, Gemballa has revealed that at the Geneva motor show will see the Gemballa GTR 780 EVO-R, which is also part of the basis of a Porsche 911 Turbo (991). We’ll have to wait until March 7 to be able to see definitely what we have prepared…
Source – Gemballa