Wiesmann teasing its new 2020 car

Wiesmann teasing its new 2020 car

Future Cars
17 Sep 2019
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Wiesmann, the German maker of luxury hand-built sports cars, is ready for a comeback. The return of the marque will be made with the reveal of a brand new car in 2020. Codenamed Project Gecko, the car will be engineered and built at the original Wiesmann factory in Dülmen, Germany.

Wiesmann prepares for extinction

Wiesmann prepares for extinction

Market
08 May 2014
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Wiesmann days are numbered, as the German company is on the brink of extinction. The Dutch manufacturer is fighting to survive after it has filled for bankruptcy last year in August.

Wiesmann GT MF4-CS teased before Geneva Motor Show

Wiesmann GT MF4-CS teased before Geneva Motor Show

New Cars
23 Feb 2013
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The Sports cars manufacturer Wiesmann from Dülmen presents a world premiere at the international motor show in Geneva. The Wiesmann GT MF4-CS is the club sport version of the Wiesmann GT MF4-S and will be available in a limited edition run of 25 cars.

Wiesmann MF5 V10 Black Bat

Wiesmann MF5 V10 Black Bat

Custom Cars
09 Nov 2011
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The Germans from SchwabenFolia, a company that specializes in vehicle foliation has decided to make their name heard by outfitting an unique vehicle, the Wiesmann MF5 V10.

Even though the vehicle looks great without the help of aftermarket specialists, we have to admit that this treatment adds even more drama.

The Wiesmann MF5 V10 Roadster is now called the Black Bat and you can easily understand why, considering the main changes include a matte black outer skin and 20 inch forged wheels painted in black.

Wiesmann Spyder Concept

Wiesmann Spyder Concept

New Cars
01 Mar 2011
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Independent car manufacturer Wisemann has presented a two-seater sports car concept at thi 81st Geneva Motor Show, which according to them, has been designed for maximum driving enjoyment.

Considering that form follows function we will not say anything about its design, because what matters is what you feel when you are behind the wheel right? So the Wiesmann Spyder Concept is ultra light (below 1,000 Kg) accelerates from nought to 62 mph (0 to 100 Km/h) in less then 4 seconds, and promises a top speed of around 290 Km/h. What more do you need?