Gemballa Mirage GT Carbon Edition 2009 2010

Gemballa Mirage GT Carbon Edition

Possibly a road-going version of the ALMS RS Spyder as the "next GT or Porsche supercar". But I hope if they do produce another supercar on the level of the CGT, that it will be an all-new design with a NA V-10 or 12 and go up against the upcoming McLaren.
Oh and this Gemballa is disgusting. By disgusting I mean more than sick! Kind of hard to replace the GT, any way you look at it, it was amazing. And it looked great, too. I guess there's the GT2 to appease some of the fans, but I hope that Porsche will make a new GT. Once they pull their heads out of their 455es and realize that they are waisting time with the other niches they will make a new GT. So probably never, then.The front face of the Mirage GT comes with a front apron with air inlets for the front coolers and Gemballa's ownGemballa Mirage GT Carbon Edition bonnet and front wings also help to usher the air along the top of the car properly through the roof channel and onto the air scoop of the engine bay. The new side skirts also have integrated air inlets to cool down the brakes. At the back are the new rear skirt with integrated diffuser and a large wing with an adjustable Gurney flap to push down on the rear axle.
Performance enhancement on the Mirage GT is also provided by the 670 hp and 630 Nm of torque available from the V10 which get the Mirage GT to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds and to 200 km/h in 9.7. Top speed is 335 km/h (208 mph).

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