Nicknamed the Project Thunderball, this electric sports car is also one of Wiesmann’s newest cars with Project Gecko.
In appearance, the Wiesmann Project Thunderball still follows the typical retro classic design such as the MF 3, MF 4, or MF 5.
His face still has the round chrome ‘fence’ grille, four-eye headlights, and round curves typical of classic sports cars.
Not only that, Project Thunderball also retains the body of the two-door coupe roadster like the previous Wiesmann.
Now what is different in this car is the absence of a BMW engine or conventional rear-wheel drive.
Wiesmann equip Project Thunderball with two electric motors that drive the rear wheels.
The two electric motors produce a combined power of up to 500 kW or 679.8 hp and a maximum torque of 1,100 Nm.
Wiesmann didn’t forget to claim the Project Thunderball’s 0-100 km/h acceleration performance target in just 2.9 seconds.
With this battery, Wiesmann targets the estimated mileage of the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) of 500 kilometers.
Since Project Thunderball is designed with an 800 volt electrical architecture, it is compatible with 300 kW ultra-fast charging.
Although Wiesmann hasn’t claimed the charging time yet, there is the potential for the Project Thunderball’s battery to be charged to 80% in less than 30 minutes. Wiesmann retails Project Thunderball for 300,000 euros.