Built to commemorate 25 years of existence, the Club Sport loses such luxuries as a GPS system, air conditioning and radio, but gains integrated roll bars and a quick-grab fire extinguisher. Kerb weight stands at 1,350 kg, undercutting its GT MF4 sibling by a 40 kg.
Beneath the slippery fibreglass body and carbon fibre rear wing, Wiesmann has retained BMW’s 4.0-litre V8 engine from the M3, which develops 309 kW (420 hp) and 400 Nm of torque and comes mated to the flappy paddle-operated seven-speed double clutch transmission. A locking differential and 19-inch alloy wheels wrapped in wider section 245/40 and 275/35 rubber helps to transfer that power to the road, meaning 100 km/h appears in 4.4 seconds and top speed is 293 km/h (182 mph).
Just 25 examples will be created.