Gemballa Panamera Mistrale and Tornado Cayenne in Monaco image

German tuner Gemballa has officially released their tuning program for the 2011 Porsche Panamera and Cayenne.

The Mistrale is a bespoke version of the Porsche Panamera Turbo S and marks the tuner’s 30th birthday.

Gemballa starts with the Panamera, strips away most of the steel body panels and replaces them with carbon fiber — hood, front fenders, doors, front and rear bumpers and valances all are replaced with bespoke designs.
The tuning house then fits its own multispoke 22-inch forged alloy wheels and a Brembo high-performance brake system, with cross-drilled, vented discs, six-piston monoblock calipers in front and four-piston calipers in the rear.
The Stage One kit takes the Twin-Turbo 4.8 L V8 to a high output of 610 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque. TheStage Two kit manages to push the engine to a mighty 700 hp and 738 lb-ft of torque. This is achieved with bigger turbochargers with highly efficient intercoolers, a remapped ECU, a modified intake system and a new sports exhaust with free-flow catalytic converters.

“Design, cutting edge technology and the finest materials are the most important ingredients in the transformation of these fine cars into something really unique,” Gemballa boasts.

Inside, the cars get Gemballa’s signature Alcantara and quilted leather treatment. If either of Gemballa’s new rockets floats your boat, we’d suggest getting in line now, as the company says it will only build 30 examples of each.