Since first shocking the automotive world with its appearance on the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Concept Lawn, the Marsien by Marc Philipp Gemballa has continued its supercar world tour in search of conquering all terrain. Already dominating the Arabian Desert dunes and the urban jungle of New York City, Marc Philipp Gemballa and the Marsien travel 10,663 feet above sea level to Sölden Glacier for some extreme weather condition testing just before the first vehicles are delivered to customers. Marsien Meets Snow is inspired by the iconic James Bond 007 Skyfall mission, traversing and maneuvering through the snowy ski slopes of Austria.
The Marsien features a striking full stealth camouflage wrap by Sean Bull Design to accentuate its presence amidst the wintery backdrop. Cut from the cloth of the 992 generation Porsche 911 Turbo S, Marsien uses its sophisticated all-wheel-drive system, active ride-height adjustment, and a set of Nokian spike tires to overpower the minus 20-degree conditions. The engine found in the Marsien is an upgraded six-cylinder boxer engine that produces 750 horsepower and 686 lb-ft of torque. Exploring new frontiers, the Marsien by Marc Philipp Gembella only further proves itself as a fearless automotive creation with remarkable capabilities.
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