21 August 2009
 

Porsche Panamera (2009 - 2016)

Gemballa builds Mistrale based on Porsche Panamera

21 August 2009 | Right at the market introduction of the Porsche Panamera, Gemballa Automobiltechnik GmbH & Co. KG for the first time publishes images of the Gemballa Mistrale. Part of the altered front look is a far more sporty front skirt. Larger air inlets guarantee the optimal supply with fresh air for future performance increases. An integrated carbon lip and an elegantly formed bonnet with slotted ventilation ducts complete the lifting-force reducing front. A real eye-catcher of the Gemballa Mistrale and visual allusion to the classic 911-design are the extended front and rear fenders. A newly designed rear apron with integrated diffuser provides enough space for four end pipes of the sport exhaust system and seamlessly fits into the overall package.
Porsche Panamera (2009 - 2016)

Not only design and aerodynamics are changed by Gemballa. Also the performance of the four-door automobile is significantly improved. A newly programmed air suspension module with extended setting range lowers the centre of gravity up to 40 millimetres. For especially ambitious customers, Gemballa offers a height-adjustable coilover suspension. In connection with the ultra-light 22-inch forged rims both versions render best vehicle control and also optimal road contact. For excellent deceleration values and perfect pedal control, Gemballa adds a high-performance brake system. 6-piston brake callipers with 420 millimetre brake discs at the front axle and 4-piston brake callipers with 380 millimetre brake discs at the back axle replace the serial components.

Porsche Panamera (2009 - 2016)

Gemballa plans further modifications, such as powerful performance enhancements up to 750 hp for different serial engines. And also in the interior, owner Uwe Gemballa leaves his distinctive mark with an innovative design and unsurpassable quality as usual.