Like a lot of the vehicles on display this week in Geneva, the CS has a very exclusive production run. Only 25 of the vehicles will be made to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Wiesmann.
But the true distinguishing element of the GT MF4-CS is that the engineers have forgone some of the typical new car amenities to provide owners with a more authentic performance experience behind the wheel.
The significantly slimmed-down interior of the two-seater does not come with a GPS system, air conditioning or a radio – quite the opposite of the standard Bluetooth and other tech available on a lot of new cars now. Photos show the top of the center console is dominated by seven old-school analog gauges.
The rear-wheel-drive Wiesmann GT MF4-CS is powered by a front-mid engine V8 that kicks out 309 kw/420 hp and 400 nm /295 lb-ft of torque. The car has a top speed of 293 kmh/182 mph and clocks a 0-62 mph time of about 4.4 seconds.
The body is made of a high-quality, glass fiber shell with a curb weight of a little under 1,350 kg (3,000 lbs.). Other features include a green-tinted multi-layer glass front window and a carbon rear wing.
Pricing starts at 193,193.28 EUR or about $251,000 (basic net price including standard equipment).