Wiesmann Spyder Announced For Geneva Debut

German sports car make Wiesmann has announced plans to introduce a new Spyder concept at the Geneva Motor Show next week.

According to Wiesmann, the two seater is the most extreme Wiesmann ever built – it has no doors and no windscreen. The Spyder has only one motivation: to provide a maximum of driving enjoyment.

General Manager of the manufactory Friedhelm Wiesmann says: “We want to test the marketability of such cars in Geneve”, and he goes on: “The feedback of customers, partners and experts has high influence on the consideration of advancing the Spyder model.” Wiesmann has not yet decided whether to put the Spyder into production. If it does go into production, this won’t be before 2012.

Pictured above is the Wiesmann MF4 Roadster.


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