Gemballa releases 22-inch alloys for new four-seat Porsche
13 October 2009

Tuning house Gemballa has rolled out a huge set of aftermarket wheels for the new Porsche Panamera.

Numerous tuned Panameras are in the pipeline from the company but until then owners will have to make do with the GT Sport Wheel.

Two different styles are available, a 22-inch GT Sport wheel with 265/30/22 tyres at the front and 315/25/22 on the rear, and the 22-inch Sport – R, which has riveting around the edge.

The wheels are painted black to match the rest of Gemballa’s demonstrator car.

Gemballa is expected to reveal its first fully tuned Panamera, with engine, bodywork and suspension modifications, early next year.

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13 October 2009

A German tuner unveils a new alloy wheel?

Must be a very slow news day if press releases like this rubbish are getting published on Autocar.

13 October 2009

So Gemballa are suggesting that they know more about alloy wheels than Porsche do...

13 October 2009

Good God AC! i really dont think that is "breaking news"

besides its still not going to make the thing look any better!

13 October 2009

autocar has made the mistake of making us think this is a factory option, yet again!

get your act together guys!!!!!!

13 October 2009

They don't make it look any better, still looks under wheeled despite their size. Perhaps would have been better if they were silver.



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

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