Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe

Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe powered by M5s V10 engine
Wiesmann GT MF 5

The exotic coach-builder from Dulmen, Germany has finally revealed its rather Batmobile-looking Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe. Although the design of the new sports car looks somewhat crude at best, the vehicle offers a very impressive level of performance competing with such supercars as Ferrari 360 Modena and the gorgeous Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG.



Powered by a 5.0-liter V10 engine outsourced from the latest BMW M5, the car takes only 3.9 seconds to jump from zero to 60mph.

Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe

As you can see on the pictures, the Wiesmann GT MF 5 features a stiff aluminum monocoque with a front-mounted mid-engine chassis layout. The powerful motor is mated to a seven-speed sequential gearbox transmitting the power to the rear wheels.

Compared to the standard Wiesmann GT, the MF 5 has a lowered ground clearance and wider track but is 100kg (220.5 lbs) heavier.

The car is expected to go into production in the second half of 2008.

Price is yet to be announced.

Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe (rear view)
Wiesmann GT MF 5 super-coupe (hideous interior)

Photos: Wiesmann

See also: 2008 Artega GT super-coupe