Wiesmann Bringing MF4 ClubSport to Geneva

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Germany’s retro roadster gurus hint at a track-focused version of their twin-turbo V8 sportscar.

If your tastes veer towards the bespoke and the retro, Wiesmann could be your address. The German niche automaker produces some of the most deliciously old-school sportscars on the market, and this year at the Geneva Motor Show it will be kicking the aggression up a notch with the new GT MF4 ClubSport. Based on the existing GT MF4, the ClubSport model is expected to pack some racing-derived features into a lighter package.

Word has it that the curb weight has been decreased to less than 1,300 kg, the BMW-sourced 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 tuned to 420 horsepower and the 0-60 mph time dropped to the low fours. Only 25 examples are expected to be offered, primarily to track-day enthusiasts looking for a more extreme package than the company's more touring-oriented offerings.

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