The Weismann GT already has the class that someone would want in a unique, luxury roadster. The throwback grill and molded fenders give the car an elegance of old with the mechanics and performance of new. Resonating under the bonnet of the GT is a BMW 4.8 liter engine that accelerates the light weight car to sixty in 4.6 seconds. The stylish roadster has been around for 2 years now without any alterations. So now seems as good a time as any to give the Weismann GT some boost.
The word is that some serious consideration toward establishing a separate model of the Weismann GT driven by the BMW V10 engine from their M Class. That change would elevate the output from the stock engine with its 362-hp to an impressive 510-hp. In a car weighing in at 1,250 kg the V10 should definitely put a dent in that zero-to-sixty time.
If things come together as everyone hopes it will the Weismann GT and its V10 special could see its unveiling at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The venerable GT V10 combination would certain re-fix some serious attention on the modern classic roadster and give other luxury sports cars some classy competition.