US manufacturer Mosler's MT900S is available now in the UK, for £100,000
8 August 2005

US supercar manufacturer Mosler has signed a deal with Racing Green Cars, the UK’s largest TVR dealer, bringing its MT900S road car to the UK. Based on the race-spec MT900R, it boasts performance figures which best big-name supercars from Ferrari and Lamborghini.

Powered by a 435bhp Corvette Z06 V8 petrol engine, the 998kg Mosler will bolt from 0-60mph in 3.5sec, before climbing to a top speed of above 200mph. If that seems a tad sluggish then take comfort in the manufacturer’s claims that these figures are from an early testing car, which was heavier and with 65bhp less power, and should be much improved in the on-sale model.

The MT900S is available to order now from Racing Green Cars in Hampshire, at a price of £99,950. Owners will be able to visit Breckland Technology’s East Dereham plant in Norfolk to witness their car being manufactured first-hand.

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