The Gemballa Tuning Company has released a number of sketches, teasing a whacky off-road-capable Porsche 911. They’re calling it the Avalanche 4×4, and while it looks too good to be true, they’ve been dreaming of this for almost four years. Within the next 24 months, the Porsche specialists are hoping to see these in production, according to Motor1.
It’s wide, with engorged wheel wells and arches to devour its chunky off-road tyres, and its ride height has been dramatically increased over the standard 911. I have a feeling you’re not going to be worrying about speed bumps in this thing. The hood features venting made from carbon fibre, and behind the windscreen sits to air intakes, seemingly to force-feed the rear-mounted engine cold air.
We can’t confirm what the powertrain is going to look like or whether power will be sent to all four wheels. I doubt it, and would think the car would be running the same, if not slightly tuned version of the stock twin-turbo flat-six that produces 444bhp and 391lb ft of torque. Any more would surely be wasted?
Further details are scarce, but we’ll make sure to keep you updated as we know more!