German sports car firm will build a GT MF4 live at the show
28 August 2009

Luxury sports car manufacturer Wiesmann will build a GT MF4 live at the Frankfurt motor show next month.

The German manufacturer will be streaming the building of the car online, as well as showing the construction in front of a live audience.

See the Wiesmann GT MF4 picture gallery

Friedhelm Wiesmann, business manager, said: “On this way we will be able to show our manufacturing skills and our productive efficiency to the exhibition-visitors, the customers, and the media-exponents. Like in Duelmen [where the firm is based] everyone can take a look at our work in Frankfurt.”

The Wiesmann GT MF4 is powered by a 4.8-litre 362bhp and the work at the show will be undertaken by two members of staff.

Wiesmann will also be showing its Roadster MF at the show for the first time.

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28 August 2009

Can you imagine them trying to do that in the UK. Health and safety would have a field day.

 

 

It's all about the twisties........

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