Unveiled in Geneva, this limited-edition model celebrating Wiesmann's 25th anniversary is ready for the track.
Boutique German sportscar maker Wiesmann has taken the wraps off the GT MF4-CS at the Geneva show. A "Clubsport" variant of the GT MF4-S, it's the most track-focused Wiesmann yet. Built to celebrate a quarter-century in the business, the Clubsport is limited to 25 vehicles worldwide, and like all Wiesmann models is powered by BMW. In this case, it packs the outgoing M3's naturally-aspirated 4.0-liter V8 sending 414 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual or 7-speed DCT.
In the 1,350kg Clubsport, that translates to a 4.4-second 0-62 time and a 183-mph top speed. To keep weight down, the Clubsport has a sparse interior with only the essentials: racing seats, an integrated roll cage and fire extinguisher. Niceties such as a/c, radio and even door handles have all been omitted, helping shed 40 kg of excess weight. It also sports a more aggressive front spoiler, a fixed carbon-fiber rear wing and a carbon-fiber roof. Flared wheel arches pack 19" alloys, fitted to an adjustable chassis and upgraded brakes. Pricing starts at 193,193 euros, with options including carbon trim and track packs.