Atelier Gemballa showed off-road version of the legendary Porsche 911March 11, 2020
Gemballa has published a teaser for the off-road version of the Porsche 911 sports coupe. Judging by this image, the car can indeed be driven off-road.
Tuning company Gemballa plans to create an off-road version of the sports coupe Porsche 911. The project was called Gemballa Avalanche and I must say that it should be familiar to those who are familiar with the work of the German tuner. But this is far from the usual version of the model, which received increased ground clearance and large wheels. Take a look at the teaser yourself – you can safely drive off-road on this car.
Gemballa was thinking about creating a similar version of the legendary sports coupe for about four years, and in the next 24 months she will release the final version of the Avalanche 4×4. According to representatives of the studio, the serial version of the car should remain as impressive as the teaser presented.
In addition to the Avalanche 4×4, the Tornado 4×4 crossover, which will be based on the Porsche Cayenne, will also be presented. The latter will naturally also receive serious off-road abilities.
Meanwhile, the previous and current generation of the Porsche 911 from the German studio will receive more than 1000 horsepower this summer thanks to a package of updates. The current “package” is already turning the 911 into a road monster that boasts 818 hp. and 1098 Nm, and acceleration to 100 km / h will take 2.3 seconds, the maximum speed is 370 km / h.
On top of that, the prototype off-road Gemballa Avalanche 4.2 RS, presented at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, will turn into a production model at the end of this year. According to the tuner, its “performance will surpass all comparable cars.”
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