Leonberg, Germany - Gemballa, the German tuning company that South African criminals almost sank by murdering its founder Uwe Gemballa back in 2010, is planning to create its own supercar.
This comes as the company searches for new investors for the first time since it was taken over by Steffen Korbach after the founder’s murder nine years ago.
“We’re planning a thoroughbred super sports car with a unique, aggressive design and engine power considerably over 800 bhp (597kW),” Korbach enthused.
“As part of this, we’d like to reference the existing Gemballa legends, and implement a range of innoRadovan Krejcirvative concepts. You can expect an uncompromising vehicle, radical, pure and luxurious,” he added.
The company is planning to present the first designs to clients shortly, while the first prototypes are expected to be revealed in 2020, ahead of production starting in 2022.