Wiesmann to unveil MF5 Roadste

Wiesmann to unveil MF5 Roadste

Wiesmann MF5 roadster rq

With the Frankfurt Motor Show only happening only once every other year, Germany’s automakers are sure to be there in full force to showing off their latest goods. Among the new Porsches and BMWs, niche automaker Wiesmann will also be debuting its new limited production MF5 Roadster.

Taking the best attributes from the MF4 Roadster and the MF5 GT, the MF5 Roadster utilises the 507-horsepower V10 engine from the BMW M5 and M6 and jams it into a lightweight retro-style roadster body for what promises to be an exciting driving experience. The sprint to 100 km/h arrives in only 3.9 seconds before the light-weight roadster tops out at 310 km/h.

Only 55 examples will be built, and sold at a list price of €189,500.

Wiesmann MF5 roadster rq

With the Frankfurt Motor Show only happening only once every other year, Germany’s automakers are sure to be there in full force to showing off their latest goods. Among the new Porsches and BMWs, niche automaker Wiesmann will also be debuting its new limited production MF5 Roadster.

Taking the best attributes from the MF4 Roadster and the MF5 GT, the MF5 Roadster utilises the 507-horsepower V10 engine from the BMW M5 and M6 and jams it into a lightweight retro-style roadster body for what promises to be an exciting driving experience. The sprint to 100 km/h arrives in only 3.9 seconds before the light-weight roadster tops out at 310 km/h.

Only 55 examples will be built, and sold at a list price of €189,500.

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