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Porsche Panamera Transformed Into Gemballa Mistrale - Web Exclusive

Aug 21, 2009
Eurp_0908_01_z+porsche_gemballa+front_view Photo 1/4   |   Porsche Panamera Transformed Into Gemballa Mistrale - Web Exclusive

To coincide with the introduction of the new four-door Porsche Panamera, German Porsche tuning specialist Gemballa Automobiltechnik has announced its Mistrale based on the same car.

The Gemballa design is intended to be more dynamic, striking and more exclusive than the production car. As a result, the transformation includes new carbon fiber body pieces, such as the front spoiler with its larger air inlets for future performance increases. An integrated carbon lip and a vented hood complete the look and are intended to reduce aerodynamic lift.

The new rear apron has an integral diffuser that accommodates four exhaust tailpipes. In addition, the tuner has reprogrammed the air suspension module with extended setting to lower the Panamera and additional 40mm. Although, there's also a height-adjustable coilover suspension for those who wish to lose the stock air system all together.

As well as lightweight 22" forged rims, Gemballa has added a brake system with six-piston front calipers and 420mm (16.5") brake discs at the front, and four-piston brakes at the rear.

Known for its high-performance tuning, we can be sure there will be engine modifications to follow as well as interior upgrades once the cars become more plentiful.

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