Wiesmann Spyder Concept Debuts In Geneva

Wiesmann Spyder Concept is currently just a design study, and there has no decision made yet whether to put it into production. If it does go into production, it won’t happen before 2012.

This extremely purist convertible sports car has no doors or windscreen. It’s not pretty, but there’s something attractive about it – maybe the idea driving it on the open road with the wind going through your hair.

The Spyder weighs less than 1000kg, and thanks to 420bhp V8 accelerates from 0-62mph in less than four seconds before reaching a top speed of 180mph.


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