German niche car maker Wiesmann has long teased drivers who aren’t among the very select few get a chance to own one and their GT MF4-CS, which itself is limited to 25 units, is no different. The fact that Wiesmann, an independent sports car designer, can not only present well at the Geneva Motor Show, but thrive in the larger market alongside the likes of countrymen Porsche, is not only a testament to their skill, but also to the fact that sometimes sacrificing quantity for the sake of quality can pay off. Handsomely, in fact. The GT itself is the refresh of a similar design released in 2009, but with a newly tailored front end, daytime running lights, and a new front grille and splitter combined with pumped-up wheel wells, we’re left with quite the distinctive look. Under the hood, power comes from a BMW engine and trans, which in this case is a 4.0 liter V8 making 420 HP, capable of a 4.4 second 0-62mph time. Prices for this Wiesmann, which also marks the brand’s 25th Annivesary, ring up at 193,193EUR. That is, if they all aren’t already claimed.