Mosler MT900 GTR XX goes on sale for €250,000

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The 20th anniversary model, the MT900 GTR XX, was announced by Mosler Automotive to have satisfactorily finished the German TUV, Euro4 emissions test, crash tests and electro magnetic compatibility tests.

After it completed these hosts of tests the Mosler MT900 GTR XX received wide-ranging endorsement for sale in almost all countries in Europe and United Arab Emirates, with deliveries expected to begin near the end of 2009.

Weighing only 2,450 pounds, the European MT900 GTR XX comes with an advanced composite carbon fiber monocoque and Kevlar construction.The reduction in overall weight permits the user to brake deeper, run in higher speeds into and through corners, and accelerate harder. Power under the hood for the MT900 GTR XX is the potent and economical LS7 600hp unit.

With the Mosler Automotive characteristic power and safety, the car comes with a double-wishbone chromoly for both the upper and lower control arms, adaptable coilovers, and adaptable blade anti-roll bars which function in tandem to maintain the MT900 GTR XX's grip on the road with a capacity of 1.1g on street rubber.

The company has been looking excitedly forward to the initial sale of the MT900 GTR XX for quite some time and it will give them much delight to deliver this powerful and modern supercar to their fans.

The MT900 GTR XX embodies the philosophy of Mosler Automotive which is spelled in two words: total performance. The supercar comes with a hefty 250,000 Euro price tag in Europe via Mosler Germany.

For other Mosler Automotive products including the 50-state legal MT900s, which are tagged at $329,000, can be purchased through Mosler Mike Motorsports of Mike Vietro, one of North America's primary Corvette and Mosler specialist dealers.

Topics: supercar, coupe

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