Atelier Gemballa will prohibit the son of the founder to produce an “off-road” Porsche 911March 5, 2020
The German tuning company Gemballa GmbH, after the death of Uwe Gemballa, bought the assets of the former Gemballa Automobiltechnik GmbH and the right to a trade brand, reported that a criminal case had been opened against Gemballa’s son, Mark Philipp.
He is accused of illegally using the name of the company, and fraudulent activity, which, in fact, prohibits him from producing the recently “off-road” Porsche 911, which was previously announced.
Philip Gembella was sued immediately after information appeared on the first draft of his MP Gemballa GmbH. The machine, it is assumed that is a modified variation of the Porsche 911 992 series, which will be performed with an eye to the iconic 959th.
According to the authorities of Gemballa GmbH, Philip Gemballa and MP Gemballa GmbH, which was founded the year before last, consciously uses the company’s reputation to attract customers. Gemballa, a company known for its work on Porsche models, was founded in 1981. After Uwe Gemball died in 2010 and the company went bankrupt, its assets were acquired by CEO Andreas Schwartz and investor Steffen Korbach. At present, Korbach is the head of the studio.
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