Gemballa released a new Ferrari Enzo tuning kit called the MIG-U1 that was supposed to debut at the Dubai Motor Show, but missed the cut-off date this month. This limited edition Ferrari model was completed for Gemballa’s Middle East distributor, the Illyas and Mustafa Galardi Group. They used Mustafa’s personal Ferrari Enzo for the project, and ended up with some stunning results. Built like a MIG fighter jet, the Enzo features a new aerodynamic body kit consisting of several parts. The performance numbers haven’t been released yet, but should be available soon if Gemballa plans to reveal it at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March.
The exterior styling of this Ferrari is made up of a wide body kit with many added elements. Starting with front is a re-sculpted nose with hood scoop, leading to the roof scoop on top which carries all the way down the back to the jet thruster exhaust pipes. The wide body stance allowed Gemballa to add vents in front and behind the wheels, gills in the fenders, and a large rear wing that closely resembles the Subaru STi. With its middle east roots it’s surprising this Ferrari Enzo didn’t come painted in a gold or a chrome color scheme, and instead they kept it simply black and white. The interior received minor upgrades to the seats and panels with custom color stitching, however that is all the information we have until it shows off to the public.