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WIESMANN GT MF4 MF4  2010 2022
2010 2022

The MF4 is the “standard” car in Wiesmann’s line-up, if we can call it so.
This is a model that aims to be suitable for more than just one purpose. The aim here was to mix driving dynamics with a retro-inspired design in a shape that would also allow the development of further, more purpose-dedicate models.

The Wiesmann MF4 features an aluminum monocoque chassis covered in a fiberglass body, while being powered by a BMW-sourced 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 that delivers 407 HP and a peak torque of 600 NM. The unit works with a six-speed automatic gearbox and 100 percent locking differential.

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WIESMANN GT MF4   2003 2010
2003 2010

While some people dream about creating their car, the Wiesmann brothers did that and shared their work.
Martin Wiesmann and Friedhelm Wiesmann had a passion for mechanics and engineering. They started their own tuning shop, where they worked on motorcycles. But Martin loved the shapes of the British roadsters and especially the Austin-Healey 3000. He could have bought one, but he chose the hard way; he built it. That’s how the MF30 was born in 1993. It was a classic-looking car but powered by an inline-six engine from BMW. In the same year, it introduced a better version called MF3, which remained in production until 2003, when the car manufacturer unveiled the MF4.

Regardless of the new technologies involved, Wiesmann had the same tastes on the car’s look, and the MF4 looked similar to its predecessor. The car sported the same Jaguar-inspired front heart-shaped grille and a new headlights system, with three headlamps on each side. From its sides, the coca-cola bottle line was ample, with a deeper part on the doors. The raised rear fenders were sloped at the back and sported two round taillights. The lower side of the rear apron hosted the twin exhausts, flanked by the reversing light and the fog lamp.

Inside, the MF 4 featured a leather-clad interior, with a plastic trim covering the center stack, which served as an instrument panel as well. For that, Wiesmann revealed its engineering side and installed two large dials for the speedometer and tachometer and five additional analog gauges for the coolant temperature, oil temperature, oil pressure, exterior thermometer, and fuel gauge.

Under the hood, Wiesmann installed a BMW V-8 engine. It paired it with a six-speed automatic gearbox and sent the power to the rear wheels.

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