More details of the tuned Gemballa Mistrale
26 August 2009

Details of the Gemballa tuned Porsche Panamera have been released.

Gemballa is well known for tuning Cayennes, as well as 911s and Carrera GTs, and it has called its Panamera the Mistrale.

See the Gemballa Porsche Panamera Mistrale picture gallery

Although details of the engine modifications have not been announced, Gemballa has revealed the Mistrale has a sports exhasut and produces 740bhp.

Braking is provided by 420mm discs with six-pot callipers at the front and 380mm four-pots at the rear. The customised air suspension sits 40mm lower than on the standard car.

As well as being beefed up with new bumpers front and rear, the car has 22-inch alloys and has a Carrera 4S-style reflector strip between the rear lights.

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26 August 2009

I was trying to bring the phrase 'gilding the lily' to mind, but 'gilding the silly' kept getting there first.

PaulJ

26 August 2009

Bulldog chewing a wasp - No hang on, I don't want to offend any Bulldogs!

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

26 August 2009

That's right that man, my bulldog is a looker by comparison (admittedly without the wasp!).

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