GEMBALLA GTP

based on Porsche 970 Panamera


The Porsche Panamera is the only dedicated sports saloon in a class where all its rivals are sporting derivatives of luxury saloons. Yet, as focused as it is, the Panamera does not forgo interior space or creature comforts. Think of it instead as a roomy, comfortable four-seat, four-door GT. While both visually and technically related to the MISTRALE four-door supercar that GEMBALLA also bases on the Panamera Turbo, the far less extreme GTP offers owners the opportunity to own a GEMBALLA car that is a practical daily driver.
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GEMBALLA Light alloy wheels and wheel spacers with certifications for all Porsche and McLaren models
GEMBALLA Performance upgrades overview
GEMBALLA Performance upgrade GTP 550 for Porsche 970 Panamera
GEMBALLA Performance upgrade GTP 615 for Porsche 970 Panamera
GEMBALLA Performance upgrade GTP 720 for Porsche 970 Panamera
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Aerodynamics
Suspension / Brakes
Engine / Exhaust System
Interior
Specifications
Environment
In the edition of the GTP 700, this GEMBALLA does not have aerodynamic modifications to the standard car. However, the GEMBALLA MISTRALE - based on the same Porsche model - is presented with an elaborate aerodynamics package made of highly stable carbon fiber-reinforced plastic as well as with individual solutions for its interior design — created according to the most discerning standards of craftsmanship. But even without aerodynamic modifications, the GTP 700 is able to reach enormous speed. Take a look at the news article about a highspeed test at Nardò and see how fast the GEMBALLA went.
In the process of sharpening the GTP’s claws of the, GEMBALLA’s engineers were careful not to erode the comfort zone that makes this car such a good cross-continental rocket. Their pre-development work quickly established that the standard chassis with its cutting-edge twin chamber air-suspension and rear-biased all-wheel-drive power distribution was well up to the task of coping with the 700bhp output of the GTP engine conversion. Jointly developed with brake partner, Brembo, the massive cross-drilled and grooved 411mm and 380mm diameter vented front and rear discs are clamped by six and four-piston calipers respectively. Each of these calipers is milled from a solid alloy billet, F1 style, and weighs around 3.0 kg, less than half of its OE equivalent. A supplementary ram air ventilation system further enhances brake cooling. Thus, putting more rubber on the road while improving the cars aesthetic appeal was the way to go. And doing it with no increase in unsprung weight was an important part of GEMBALLA’s lightweight philosophy. The key to this is GEMBALLA’s 22-inch diameter, ultra-light GT Sport Forged alloy wheels. Weighing less than the factory 20-inch wheels, these big wheels make the car look even better proportioned. However, for owners who live in countries with bad roads, the GT Sport and GT Sport R designs are also available in 20-inch diameter.
The Porsche Panamera Turbo packs a 500hp punch out of the box, while the S version boasts a supercar killing 570 hp. This pair of super saloons is thus a perfect base for the three GEMBALLA GTP power upgrades. The entry-level conversion for the Turbo is a cost effective software upgrade that increases performance to 550 hp, while Stage 2 for both models consists of a handful of new and modified mechanical components along with an ECU remap that takes power to a stupendous 615 hp. Power junkies who never want to be overtaken by anything short of a Bugatti Veyron will love the Stage 3 conversion, which uses a pair of bespoke turbochargers, enhanced intercoolers and a raft of other mechanical upgrades to make 700 hp with a torque of 955 Nm (electronically limited). This puts the GTP’s performance on a level that most supercars can only dream of. Even major league supercars like the Ferrari Enzo have to work very hard to keep up with the GTP700, which rockets to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds, hits 200 km/h in 9.6 seconds and 300 km /h in 26.5 seconds, on its way to its 338.8 km/h top speed. And these are not hypothetical numbers. The GEMBALLA GTP700 was officially and independently clocked at 338.8km/h (See the test in our News section) by the staff of the Nardo Technical Centre, in conjunction with Auto Bild Sportscars magazine. Any GTP variant, or even a standard Panamera Turbo, benefits from the GEMBALLA sports exhaust system, which lowers backpressure for more power, and also looks good with its big, polished tailpipes. A bypass valve system keeps the decibels down to a restrained V8 burble around town. When you reach the open road, you can unleash its full singing voice at the touch of a button.
Elegant luxury or sporty luxury? This is the only question you need to ask when choosing the leather and fabric for the GTP’s upholstery and the wood, carbon-fibre or aluminium for its trim inserts. GEMBALLA’s experienced interior specialists can help you choose from a wide range of options, or you can sit down with them and create an entirely bespoke one-off interior together. This is automotive haute couture tailoring at its best.

Engine

Engine Layout Front engine / active all-wheel drive
Displacement 4.806 cm³
Power 514 kW (700 PS)
at rpm 6.000 1/min
Max. torque (Nm) 955 Nm (electronically limited)
at rpm 3.600 1/min
Compression ratio 12,5 : 1

Performance upgrade will be entered into the vehicle documents by a certificate.

 

Fuel consumption / Environment*

Urban in l/100 km 14,7
Non-urban in l/100 km 8,7
Combined in l/100 km 11,5
CO2 emissions in g/km 239

Transmission

PDK 7-speed dual clutch transmission, PDK

Performance

Top speed 338,8 km/h
Acceleration from 0 - 100 km/h (0 - 62 mph) 3,3 s (Sport+)
In-gear acceleration (80-120 km/h) 1,5 s

* Note on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions:

The values quoted are in accordance with the prescribed measuring process as defined by Regulation (EC) 715/2007 and Regulation (EC) 692/2008 in their current versions.
The quoted figures do not refer to any individual vehicle, and are not part of the offer; they are purely for comparison purposes between various types of vehicles.

In accordance with Directive 1999/94/EC in the currently applicable version: The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a vehicle not only depend on the efficient utilization of the fuel by the vehicle, but are also influenced by driving style and other non-technical factors.

CO2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. Further information on official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger vehicles from the ‘Guide to fuel economy, CO2 emissions and energy consumption of new passenger cars’ is available free of charge at all sales outlets and at http://www.dat.de. For more information, see the car energy labelling regulations – Passenger Car EnVKV.

The above-mentioned link leads to an external website that is completely independent of www.gemballa.com. We expressly state that GEMBALLA GmbH is not liable for damages arising from the use of any external Internet site, nor do we assume any responsibility for its contents.

The information contained in any external website does not imply a recommendation of this site or its contents by GEMBALLA GmbH. Activating an external link signifies your agreement to these terms and conditions.

Fuel consumption / Environment*

Urban in l/100 km 17,0
Non-urban in l/100 km 8,4
Combined in l/100 km 11,5
CO2 emissions in g/km 270


* Note on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions:

The values quoted are in accordance with the prescribed measuring process as defined by Regulation (EC) 715/2007 and Regulation (EC) 692/2008 in their current versions.
The quoted figures do not refer to any individual vehicle, and are not part of the offer; they are purely for comparison purposes between various types of vehicles.

In accordance with Directive 1999/94/EC in the currently applicable version: The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a vehicle not only depend on the efficient utilization of the fuel by the vehicle, but are also influenced by driving style and other non-technical factors.

CO2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. Further information on official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger vehicles from the ‘Guide to fuel economy, CO2 emissions and energy consumption of new passenger cars’ is available free of charge at all sales outlets and at http://www.dat.de. For more information, see the car energy labelling regulations – Passenger Car EnVKV.

The above-mentioned link leads to an external website that is completely independent of www.gemballa.com. We expressly state that GEMBALLA GmbH is not liable for damages arising from the use of any external Internet site, nor do we assume any responsibility for its contents.

The information contained in any external website does not imply a recommendation of this site or its contents by GEMBALLA GmbH. Activating an external link signifies your agreement to these terms and conditions.

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