Wiesmann GT MF4-CS Will Be Unveiled in Geneva

Teaser shot looks... interesting

Feb 25 2013, 2:21pm CST | by

Wiesmann GT MF4-CS Will Be Unveiled in Geneva

Boutique sports for manufacturer Wiesmann is teasing a new sports car that will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. The sports cars called the Wiesmann GT MF4 ClubSport. The image you see above is the only teaser shot available at this time.

I'll hold off my final judgment until we get an idea of what the complete car will look like, but the front end of that car is hideous to my eyes. This vehicle is said to be a slightly upgraded and updated version of the standard GT MF4-S the company offers.

Official specifications for the car are unknown, but the MF4-S offers a twin turbo BMW V-8 engine. That engine offers 420 hp and can hit 100 kmh in 4.4 seconds. Presumably, the new version will be better all around.

 
 
 

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