The V10-powered Wiesmann MF5 will be available in right-hand-drive as early as next year
Wiesmann is looking to boost its international profile and has been receiving strong demand from right-hand-drive markets such as the UK, Japan, India, South Africa and Australia. If demand remains strong, Wiesmann plans to launch right-hand-drive versions of its Roadster model by early 2010.
The company, based in Dülmen, Germany, also recently celebrated its 20th birthday and to mark the occasion released a special '20th Anniversary Editions' version of its MF3 two-seater roadster, the MF4 closed-top Grand Tourer and the high-performance MF5.
Wiesmann builds most of its components in-house, however some parts, such as engines and transmissions, are sourced from BMW.