Wiesmann was a small German car manufacturer, building artisanal cars with a classic look and BMW Motorsport technology. The company was founded in 1988 and engineered exquisit cars with a special design language reminiscing of oldtimers. The MF5, both Roadster and GT, was the last of the cars offered by Wiesmann. In total, less than 200 MF5’s were built between 2009 and 2014, making it an extremely rare encounter on the roads. The MF5 benefited from technology directly sourced from BMW’s Motorsport department and therefore and despite of being a small company, their cars were reliable. The first of the MF5’s were powered by the S85 unit from BMW: a naturally aspirated V10 with no less than 507 PS. The later cars received a BMW V8 as the V10 wasn’t in production anymore. The company’s slogan, “Manufacture of individualists”, is more than justified, as every single example was hand-built, with over 350 hours of work invested in every car.
Our MF5 GT
Our Wiesmann MF5 GT is powered by the S85 V10 engine delivering 507 PS. Produced in 2010, it is, according to its last owner the 52nd MF5 to come out of the factory. This specific example benefits of some OEM upgrades, such as a sports exhaust, modified aero elements including the front lip and upgraded spoiler, and lightweight forged wheels. Having travelled less than 26,000 km from new, it has been very well maintained over the years in the care of a very passionate owner.
This is an opportunity to acquire one of the rare MF5 GT’s with the V10, a great way of driving a unique motorcar with one of the best engines to ever come out of Germany.