Some cars reach the end of their production cycle, and we miss them when they're gone. But then some we won't. The Wiesmann MF3 Roadster falls into the latter category.

You see, it's not that we don't like the Wiesmann. In fact we think it's one of the coolest cars out there, if you're into the retro thing. But the MF3 variant specifically – one of several engine options available on the roadster – is being phased out in favor of more potent powertrains. But not before the niche German automaker gives it a fond farewell.

For the special task, the company brought in fashion house Sieger to prepare 18 unique special models that are collectively called the Final Edition. We caught up with a rather striking and deliciously striped example here on the floor of the Frankfurt Motor Show, and are glad to present you with the results.

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      • 3 Years Ago
      The car has smooth flowing lines but what happened in the headlight area? They look out of place. And those aftermarket looking fender flares don't belong there either. Get rid of the stripes and graphics.
        • 3 Years Ago
        was going to say the same about the lights ...the light son this car reuin an otherwise great looking car. The flares arent too bad ...without them you couldnt put those tires on which to me look cool.
      • 3 Years Ago
      Totally what a new AC Cobra should look like
      Walter Genevrier
      • 3 Years Ago
      I hope someone will give them a Delorean, there are a bit late in time.
      Phil Maurer
      • 3 Years Ago
      Dear Wiesmann, Thank you for choosing this color scheme for the show car. As the last of the s54b32 powered cars available, it is nice to see the nod to M. I know each of the final editions are in a different color, so it was really nice to see the M division colors on the show car. Yours truly, S54B32 fan.
      • 3 Years Ago
      If they got ride of the damn kit-car headlight nacelles on this thing and did something more form fitting this car ~ sans the stripes ~ would be a contender for the most beautiful car in the world. Well, since the original C-type any way.
        • 3 Years Ago
        "Rid" not "ride" and they's have to do something about those TVR-looking tail lights too!
      • 3 Years Ago
      It's funny to see a car these days that completely abandons that splitter.

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