Looking for a ridicuously expensive body kit and set of alloy wheels for a Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet? Then look no further than Gemballa's latest project.
One of the most flamboyant aftermarket tuning firms ever to exist is back with its latest offering, an upgraded Porsche 911 S Cabriolet. The German tuner has never been shy about its styling choices but its latest 911 project is definitely more conservative than previous projects. The most distinctive upgrades are definitely the new front and rear bumpers, each having been designed to increase downforce and improve cooling airflow. The rear also features an integrated air diffuser. There's also a new exhaust with six tips for a louder engine note.
Aside from the body kit and exhaust work, Gemballa installed 30mm shorter springs that were designed specifically to work with Porsche's Active Stability Management system. Brembo provided unique brakes that reduce fade in harsh conditions. The car rides on a set of 21-inch forged alloys that are finished in either diamond-cut or gunmetal coatings. If all of this sounds expensive, you're right. On top of the $108k base price of the cabrio itself, the body kit alone costs $26,000 and the wheels add an extra $13,000. Do the math and you're looking at one expensive modified 911 that hasn't even had any engine upgrades.