The Spanish manufacturer will unveil the G106-2.5MW turbine at the WindEnergy Hamburg trade fair this week.
It is based on the G114-2.5MW machine, which Gamesa revealed at the 2013 AWEA conference in Chicago and is in turn developed from the company's 2MW platform.
"[For the] G106 there is not much work to do as it has the same nacelle and almost the same tower as the G114. It's just a matter of designing the appropriate blade for high winds," Gamesa marketing director Juan Diego Diaz told Windpower TV at the WindEnergy Hamburg trade show.
The 2.5MW platform uses a new generator, but also shared components with the G114-2MW turbine, launched in 2012.
Gamesa believes that the G106 will produce 30% more energy than the existing G90-2MW while lowering the cost of energy by 10%.
The company will also reveal Windnet Pro, an advanced version of its control and monitoring software. Gamesa has upgraded the Scada package with a new interface that it claims will make the software more intuitive and user friendly.