Wiesmann presented the study design of a two-seater, very purist roadster at the Geneva Motor Show 2011. Powerful, lightweight, purist, the concept Wiesmann Spyder is the essence of the philosophy Wiesmann. With an unladen weight less than 1000 kg, accelerates from 0-100 km / h less than 4 s, and allows a maximum speed of approx. 290 km / h. Based on this excellent performance is a V8 420 horsepower at high speed, which is powered by a 4-liter engine. Both places are no doors or windshield and is the most extreme Wiesmann ever built.
The study design Wiesmann Spyder is based on the designs of the Wiesmann brothers first, but also incorporates his years of experience in building sports cars. This shows the responsiveness of the sports car maker because of the tendency of many fans came Wiesmann founders of the company in recent years applications for a very purist model.
Geneva will be presented the study design, which is made on expert opinions. Friedhelm Wiesmann manufacturing CEO, says: "We want to test the marketability of these cars in Geneva," and continues: "The feedback from customers, partners and experts have a great impact on the promotion of the Spyder model." Wiesmann has not yet decided to put the production of the Spyder. If the production goes, this is the first of 2012.