How much is a Wiesmann GT MF5?

How much is a Wiesmann GT MF5?

What makes it even more exclusive is the limited edition of only 55 cars. The Wiesmann Roadster MF5 costs from 189.500 Euro (German price including tax) and is the most exciting combination of power and an open-air experience that has ever been built by Wiesmann.

Who makes Wiesmann cars?

Contec Global
2016. Wiesmann is bought by Contec Global and Roheen Berry. Plans are made for the development of a new Wiesmann model – code name Project Gecko. The Gecko Factory in Dülmen re-opens.

Which car has a gecko logo?

Wiesmann MF5
The new car, code-named Project Gecko (Wiesmann’s logo is a Gecko lizard), is described as a modern take on the Wiesmann MF5 launched a decade ago and will continue the earlier car’s tradition of combining high performance with retro design and luxurious features.

Which car has a lizard logo?

Weismann car logo can be easily noticed like other car logos. The Weismann car logo is represented by a silver gecko and is a unique animal chosen unlike other beastly car logos. The reptile reflects its ability of sticking on the wall to the performance of Wiessman car that sticks to the road.

When did the Wiesmann MF5 V10 come out?

The Roadster MF5 V10 was the most exclusive model Wiesmann built, with a limited production of only 43 cars. The GT MF5 was first shown at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show, whilst the Roadster MF5 was unveiled at the IAA in 2009. Both the Roadster and GT MF5 were exceptionally rare, with under 200 vehicles in total ever built.

How much does a Wiesmann MF5 GT cost?

No number limits (Wiesmann has build so far ~1000 cars of their MF3 MF4 and MF5 GT and Roadster model range) price for the MF5 GT starts at 179,000Euro and is build to exact customers whish.

What kind of sound does a Wiesmann MF5 roadster make?

Wiesmann GT MF5 Roadster – Twin Turbocharged V8 Sounds! – YouTube If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device. An error occurred.

What kind of engine does the Wiesmann MF4 have?

The MF4-T falls somewhere between the two, with a 407 HP/300 kW twin-turbo V8 engine. Along with the convertible versions, the MF4-S and MF4-T were also made as coupes, the first ‘closed’ cars designed and built by the company, fulfilling a dream of building a classic V8-powered coupe.