For the last 27 years, automobile tinker Uwe Gemballa and the firm he established, Gemballa, been advancing the proud engineering heritage of Porsche further with his modified exotic "beast" (i.e. a twin-turbo variant of the Porsche Carrera GT Supercar). More recently, innovator took on a brand new challenge, to enhance the another exotic super car, the Ferrari Enzo, and pushing the envelope of performance once again.
Not just simple modified Ferrai Enzo, but completely re-engineered, the Gemballa MIG-U1 had its component swapped out for the lightweight carbon fiber. A customized aerodynamic kit along with a new brake cooling housing means driver could max out in speed with the reassurance that he (or her) is still in control of the vehicle. Like a true "bespoke" super car, all elements both inside and out of the car are tailored to the owner's specific needs and/or desires. The result is a 700-hp monstrosity that could easily blow out the competition. Unfortunately, because the amount of work needed on each edition, only 25 will be build with 10 colors to select from.