Gemballa Mirage GT
Porsche Carrera GT appeared in 2003, this car was an accident due to some arbitrary decisions that Porsche did, that finally ended with his launching.
In 1992 Porsche was developing a V10 engine to compete in formula one, but that project ended unsuccessfully. In the middle of the '90s recovered the project to run lemans, but also cancelled. They needed to do something with that engine, so they create the Carrera GT that we all know. The Porsche engineers develop the extraordinary 5.7 L V10 engine that produces 612 BHP at 8000rmp, 0 to 100 km/h in 3,9 seconds, 0 to 200 km/h in just 9,9 seconds, and get to 330 km/h of maximum speed.
Gemballa put their hands in the Carrera GT in 2007, selling just 25 units by two different editions Mirage GT carbon edition and black edition. The changes they made to this donor car include larger intakes, a less restrictive stainless steel exhaust system with a sports catalyst, and a reprogrammed ECU. It also equips a set of KW suspensions with compression and rebound regulation. These, in turn, have a system to raise the body a few centimetres. In this way, it is easier to overcome unevenness without the carbon fiber body touching the ground. Gemballa replaced the original clutch, with another specially designed to make it more bearable use with heavy traffic. Single-spoke five-spoke alloy wheels have a design that, according to the preparer, helps to cool the ceramic brake assembly. Inside the cockpit, Gemballa installed a navigation system with a colour screen and reupholstered everything including all the carbon you can imagine.