At the front, we immediately noticed the new teardrop-shaped CGT headlights being used on the car, similar to those found on the Carrerra GT-based Gemballa Mirage GT. Slight modifications to the lower half of the front bumper appears to now include fog lights. In back, a new rear spoiler design includes three sections of lighting, as opposed to just one. One of the close-ups also shows the center-mounted camera in the grille, possibly part of the SUV's infotainment and night vision system.
A new set of photos featuring the Gemballa Tornado 750 GTS 4-seater has been released by the manufacturer. Gemballa engineers have made a few changes to the €400,000 SUV-come-sports car in an effort to keep the vehicle fresh.
Naturally, this required bigger wheels, brakes, and air intakes, all of which can be found here. Gemballa uses a 415/380 mm braking system with six-piston calipers in the front, and four-piston calipers at the back. 12x22" forged GT Sport Wheels are also used on the now 70 mm lower vehicle. The package is rounded out with sport seats in the front and back, video screens all around, leather, Alcantara, and a set of carbon trim inserts.
Earlier in the year, we reported that engineers had stripped about 250 kilos (551 lbs) from the vehicle's weight. Combined with 750-horsepower turbo V8 engine that produces up to 1,050 Nm, this vehicle hits 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds. A top speed of over 300 km/h (186.4mph) is also possible.