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2010 Gemballa MIG-U1 Ferrari Enzo Pictures






This Ferrari Enzo, which Gemballa is recasting as the MIG-U1, has re-worked aerodynamics with added carbon-fiber bits that give the Maranello mauler much more of a techie Teutonic flavor. Active aero components include a front spoiler lip and a rear wing that increase downforce and improve high-speed handling. Gemballa also provides additional cooling ducts for the brakes and engine compartment, with inlets on the roof and behind the doors.
There is also an optional electrohydraulic height adjustment function which, at the touch of a button, lifts the body by 1.8 inches (particularly useful when negotiating such urban obstacles as speed bumps). The car automatically lowers itself back to the original position at speeds above 50 mph. Also, Gemballa adds forged alloy wheels, shod with 265/35R19 rubber in front and 335/30R20 in the rear.
The cockpit also gets the Gemballa touch, with redesigned seats, center console and steering wheel rendered in leather and Ultrasuede. There is also a high-end multimedia system with 950 watts of power, a DVD changer, a 7-inch touchscreen and, of course, an iPod connection.

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