Unveiled in 1993, the Roadster signalled the beginning of a very different approach to sports car manufacturing.
‘The technical, exquisite, ice cool Wiesmann.’
‘British in every way, except for one small thing, it’s German.’
Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson
‘This is the best car you've probably never heard of.’
The MF3 was powered by the iconic S54 engine of the BMW M3, infamous for its character and performance. The 3,246 cm3 front-mounted mid-engine delivered 343 HP/252 kW, with a maximum torque of 365 Nm and a power-to-weight ratio of 3.44 KG/HP. Its 0 to 100 km/h time was just 4.9 seconds, and its top speed was 255 km/h. The vehicle’s low weight and the tremendous power of its inline six-cylinder engine resulted in extraordinary driving dynamics.
Produced for 18 years, the MF3 was Wiesmann’s longest running car, with production ending in a Final Edition collaboration with design agency SIEGER.