As you’d expect from the name, the modified Carrera GT features a lot of carbon fiber trim, but unlike some other weave-clad tuner cars, the carbon on the latest Mirage isn’t just for show: the aerodynamic elements aim to improve the car’s performance by channeling airflow in and around the supercar’s svelte shape to keep it breathing free and stuck to the tarmac.
Of course, Gemballa hasn’t stopped there. Porsche’s free-revving V10 has been tuned to produce 670 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque, enough to propel the rocket-sled up to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds and on to a top speed of 208 mph. There’s also an electro-hydraulic adjustable suspension to keep that carbon fiber lip spoiler clear of curbs and speed bumps. The package costs just shy of 300,000 euros ($425k), which doesn’t include the cost of the donor car, and production will be limited to just five examples.