Mosler and Rossion Merge into Rossion


The boutique American supercar marques have been bought up and will continue under the Rossion name.

South Florida-based supercar builders Rossion and Mosler have been bought out by a privately owned company called RP High Performance who will merge the companies under the Rossion nameplate. Warren Mosler's best known model is the MT900, while Rossion’s first model was the Noble-based Q1 supercar. The new alliance will bring pool the collective skills of the performance car specialists in order to churn out more supercars as well as a lineup of 4- and 8-cylinder configurations. Watch this space for more information.

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