[Tuning] Gemballa Turns Porsche 911 Turbo To 809-HP Beast; Liberty Walk Runs Out Of Ideas?

Mar 10, 2017 05:33 PM EST | Jayde Winston

German Tuner, Gemballa made Porsche 911 Turbo a beast regarding styling and performance. Guess what they have done? A Porsche 911 Turbo with an insane 809-HP and 709 lb-ft of torque. Dubbed as the Gemballa Avalanche, honoring the 1984 Porsche 930 Turbo, this German Tuner has powered up the Porsche 911 turbo from its previous 540-HP.

The 3.8-liter six cylinders twin-turbo unit received an all new turbocharger, custom intake manifolds, a high-performance air filter, and an altered cylinder head. The Gemballa Avalanche adds a terrifying body kit of 62 mm of width front, and 100 mm rear, thus, increasing the track width to make way for a 21-inch alloy set. Other body parts of the Gemballa Avalanche are made of carbon fibers to keep this lightweight. Also, a massive adjustable rear wing, and sports exhaust system with four large end pipes are applied.

The Gemballa Avalanche interior exhibits a covered two-tone black and white leather with Alcantara accents and carbon trim. The Gemballa Avalanche can be purchased for a price tag of $416,755 before taxes.

In other news, Liberty Walk, Japan's most prominent car tuners ended sticking to Ferrari 488 GTB and a McLaren 650S. Liberty Walk is known for turning great-looking cars into a masterpiece. But, this year's Geneva Motor Show, the company seen losing their bag of tricks.

Apparently, the company walks out with its permanent collection the Ferrari 488 GTB and McLaren 650S, which is something everyone has seen. What stand out though are their signature Liberty Walk wheel arches which appear to be held on with bolts, and a quote from John Lennon's song "Imagine." But, where are the new modified supercars go? Pretty much that's it for Liberty Walk.

Compared to its competitor who turned supercars into a beast like creatures, Liberty Walk sticks with adding new from bumpers, side diffuser, rear bumper, massive rear wing, and much more. Nonetheless, the McLaren kit cost $42,380 while the Ferrari 488 GTB cost $32,620.

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