German sportscar maker Wiesmann has announced it's bringing the GT MF4-CS to say "Tag" to the world at the Geneva Motor Show. The last two characters in that letterlicious name stand for "Club Sport," making this the stripped-down track-day version of the Wiesmann GT MF4-S – that being the Sport version of the plain-old GT MF4.

Now that we're clear on that, let's also be clear that we know nothing more about it. Its base vehicle, the 3,014-pound GT MF4-S, uses a V8 with 420 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque and takes 4.4 seconds to get to 62 miles per hour from a standstill. It offers the choice of a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and it has a locking rear diff.

The Club Sport treatment should make things go faster in more ways than one, since Wiesmann says there will only be 25 made. We'll be on the floor in Geneva to take a look at one of them, there's a three-sentence press release below to entertain you in the meantime.
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World premiere:
Wiesmann GT MF4-CS will be presented in Geneva


2013-02-22 -- The Sports cars manufacturer Wiesmann from Dülmen presents a world premiere at the international motor show in Geneva. The Wiesmann GT MF4-CS is the club sport version of the Wiesmann GT MF4-S and will be available in a limited edition run of 25 cars. Thanks to an uncompromising approach to weight reduction and pure performance-oriented racing elements, it offers unprecedented opportunities for achieving the best times on racetracks around the world – but of course, the GT MF4-CS also cuts a good figure on curvy country roads.


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      Shiftright
      • 1 Year Ago
      Amazing that this tiny boutique comany is still in business when so many have failed recently.
        Georg
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Shiftright
        the luxury market is growing in huge numbers in Europe...rich become richer... the mass production cheap car producer are all in trouble here.. like Fiat, Peugeot, Citroen, Opel, Ford, Toyota, Honda, Nissan etc.
      Patrick
      • 1 Year Ago
      Makes me miss the TVR vehicles. Mostly the Sagaris
      Kookie Monster
      • 1 Year Ago
      I always think of the TVR Tuscan when i see those headlamps
      Jerry
      • 1 Year Ago
      Remember that Family Guy when Peter gets emasculated, buys a long red car to make up for it, and drives it in and out of a tunnel until a semi hits him head on? This car instantly reminds me off that scene...
        Jerry
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jerry
        Seriously... http://youtu.be/FQi6Gzvs7II
      Wetstuff
      • 1 Year Ago
      From what I can see, it should be backing up 'till the door closes. Jim
      k.naz
      • 1 Year Ago
      @Dune It Up: Completely unrelated to article relating to Wiesmann. I've always been impressed by this company since its creation. They build solid cars with one purpose in mind, to make something so unique and pleasurable to drive. Although you can find several boutique companies offering similar cars, none of them match the quality and engineering of a Wiesmann. The car is built for and around the driver in mind, and that imho is how cars are supposed to be built, just like they were in the 80's and 90's. My 2ยข,
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