Just look at it.
One of the most extreme Porsche tuning jobs you're ever likely to see, German tuner Gemballa has taken the Porsche 911 Turbo and turned up the styling and performance to eleven. Dubbed the 'Avalanche,' honoring the 1984 Porsche 930 Turbo of the same name, Gemballa has upped the power from the 540-hp 911 Turbo to an insane 809 hp and 709 lb-ft of torque. Holy shit. The 3.8-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo unit received new turbochargers, custom intake manifolds, a high-performance air filter and reworked cylinder heads.
A terrifying body kit adds 62 mm of width at the front and 100 mm at the rear, increasing the track width and making room for a set of 21-inch alloys. Certain body parts are carbon fiber to keep things lightweight, and there's a massive adjustable rear wing in case you missed it as well as a sports exhaust system with four massive end pipes. Inside, the Avalanche is covered in two-tone black and white leather with Alcantara accents and carbon trim. All these extreme upgrades come with an equally eye-watering price tag: €389,600 Euros to be exact ($416,755 before tax).