The 3.6 liter engine comes from the pre-facelift model and has seen its output upgraded from 480PS (350kW/470hp) up to 862PS(634kW/850hp) and it is further complimented by a pair of electric motors that provide an extra 160PS(118kW/158hp).
At the Geneva Motor Show in 2013, there will be a local representative in the form of Genevart Switzerland who plan to unveil the Celsius that you see here for the first time. It is essentially a highly modified tuner car based on the Porsche 911 (997) Turbo but it packs one hell of a punch.
The 3.6-liter engine comes from the pre-facelift model and has seen its output upgraded from 480PS (350kW / 470bhp) up to 862PS (634kW / 850bhp) and it is further complimented by a pair of electric motors that provide an extra 160PS (118kW / 158bhp). Power is passed to the wheels via an electronic sequential gearbox and four-wheel drive system and enables it to reach 100km/h (62mph) from standstill in just 2.9 seconds.
The factory chassis has been strengthened to deal with the additional power while the body panels are made from full carbon. Speaking of the body, exterior styling appears to draw its inspiration from the Carerra GT with a touch of extra features such as the smiling bonnet adding a little more exclusivity to the model.
There is no information regarding the pricing for the model, but we can confirm the company plan to limit production to around 10 units per year.