Wiesmann Roadster MF4 Unveiled, First Pictures Inside
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Engine performances are at least impressive: with a maximum torque of 400 Nm, the vehicle is catapulted from 0 to 100 km/h in no less than 4.4 seconds, with maximum speed rated at 300 km/h (186 mph). This is the first time when the German manufacturer offers two different engine configurations for a single model, the company said in a statement for the press.
"For safety purposes the Wiesmann Roadster MF4 is based upon a stiff aluminum monocoque chassis with integrated side impact bars and is equipped with driver and passenger airbags as well as series standard ABS that functions in combination with a dynamic stability control (DSC) system," Wiesmann explained in a statement for the press.
In terms of transmissions, the new Roadster MF4 provides two configurations, a manual and sport automatic unit plus a 7-speed double clutch system exclusively available for the 420 hp version.
As you can see in the adjacent photos, the front end boasts a large radiator grille with circular xenon headlights. The so-called "athletic appearance" is further enhanced with twin exhaust.
"The sensational appearance of this pedigree sports car however is not solely derived from a design intended to please the eye: Aerodynamics, perfect weight distribution and details crafted by hand underline the technical perfection of it’s development. This of course is with out mentioning the famous individuality a Wiesmann conveys," the German automaker continued its compliments to the model appearance.
The Wiesmann Roadster MF4 is not even close to being affordable as the a "standard generously equipped" mode costs 128,000 euros, but there's no information on the equipment level featured by this version.
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