The addition of 20-inch front and 21-inch lightweight alloy wheels add to the drama, with carbon fiber inner arches that make up the extra space for the larger wheels. And then there’s the power…
With a reworked ECU, Gemballa was able to extract 670 horsepower from the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8.
A healthy 20+-horsepower increase over the standard McLaren 650S—though, Gemballa doesn’t have 0-60 times or top speed on hand. It should be somewhere under 3.0 seconds and well over 205 mph.
All that speed won’t come cheap, though. The price of the package, not including your already purchased 650S, will set you back $38,286 (€33,900).