Rare Gemballa Porsche Carrera GT Yours for 569,000 Euros

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Gemballa Mirage GT is one of the few modified Carrera GT models in existence.

It's a car that few aftermarket specialists have been brave enough to modify over the years, yet Gemballa created a selection of upgrade packages for the Porsche Carrera GT. Dubbed the Mirage GT, this particular model is currently for sale on JamesEdition for 569,000 Euros (around $780,000) and is based on a 2005 model year with just 12,117 miles on the odometer.

In addition to wearing a body kit, carbon-fiber rear diffuser and quad plasma-coated tailpipes, the Mirage GT's 5.7-liter V10 has been upgraded to 650 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque. 0-62 mph comes in at 3.7 seconds, two-tenths quicker than stock, and top speed is clocked at over 208 mph. Each Mirage GT Gemballa built was unique. Setting apart this model is a black paint job with orange accents, while it also comes with alloys staggered 19/20 inches front/rear, a 45 mm electrohydraulic lifting system and a rear view camera.

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