2013 Geneva Motor Show: Wiesmann GT MF4-CS shows us what Clubsport means

Article by Christian A., on March 5, 2013

After one teaser, Wiesmann introduced the exclusive GT MF4-CS at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Celebrating company’s 25th anniversary, the new Wiesmann GT MF4-CS will be manufactured in a very limited edition of just 25 units, each priced from 193,193 EUR (basic net price including standard equipment).

As we said before, the new Wiesmann GT MF4-CS is a Clubsport version of the GT MF4-S, and its aim is perfect driving. Saving up to 20 kg, the new GT MF4-CS is powered by a V8 engine delivering 420 hp.

With a total weight of 1350 kg, the new Wiesmann GT MF4-CS has a power/weight ratio of 3.2 kg/hp and it is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.4 seconds and has a top speed of 293 km/h or 182 mph.

Regarding the design, the GT MF4-CS features a wider wheel arch and modified front with large splitter, daytime running lights and a carbon rear wing.

The Clubsport package includes a a roll bar and a fully adjustable chassis developed by the manufacturer that adapts to road conditions and the driving style of the driver. Sport brakes are also available as well as a specially tailored rear axle ratio for faster acceleration.

Furthermore, the roof part is made from carbon fiber, giving the MF4-CS rigidity and reducing the weight. Other improvements are the sports bucket seats, superlight polycarbonate windows and even the lack of door handles.

Moreover, the car does not feature air conditioning or an audio system. An optional carbon pack for the interior is also available. Also, the optional track pack with four point harness, sport brake pads and Michelin Cup tires make the Wiesmann ready for “the perfect lap”.

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