SLS AMG vs. Wiesmann GT MF5

Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by mclaren_v12, Nov 17, 2009.

  1. #1 mclaren_v12, Nov 17, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    They are closely priced, similar performance and both are GT

    SLS AMG: http://www.supercars.net/cars/4587.html
    type Production Car
    released at 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show
    built at Germany
    price € € 177,310
    engine V8
    valvetrain 4 Valves per Cyl
    fuel feed Injection
    displacement 6208 cc / 378.84 in³
    bore 102.2 mm / 4 in
    stroke 94.0 mm / 3.7 in
    compression 11.3:1
    power 425.8 kw / 571 bhp @ 6800 rpm
    specific output 91.98 bhp per litre
    bhp/weight 352.47 bhp per tonne
    torque 650 nm / 479.4 ft lbs @ 4750 rpm
    body / frame Aluminum Spaceframe
    driven wheels RWD
    front tires 265/35 R 19
    rear tires 295/30 R 20
    front brakes Internally Ventilated Composite Discs w/ABS, Brake Assist, 3-stage ESP
    rear brakes Internally Ventilated Composite Discs w/ABS, Brake Assist, 3-stage ESP
    front wheels F 48.3 x 24.1 cm / 19 x 9.5 in
    rear wheels R 50.8 x 27.9 cm / 20 x 11 in
    steering Rack & Pinion w/Speed Sensitive Assist
    f suspension Aluminum Wishbones w/Coil Springs, Gas-Tube Shock Absorbers, Anti-Roll Bar
    r suspension Aluminum Wishbones w/Coil Springs, Gas-Tube Shock Absorbers, Anti-Roll Bar
    weight 1620 kg / 3572.1001 lbs
    wheelbase 2680 mm / 105.5 in
    front track 1682 mm / 66.2 in
    rear track 1653 mm / 65.1 in
    length 4638 mm / 182.6 in
    width 1939 mm / 76.3 in
    height 1262 mm / 49.7 in
    transmission AMG Speedshift DCT 7-speed
    gear ratios 3.40:1, 2.19:1, 1.63:1, 1.29:1, 1.03:1, 0.84:1, 0.72:1
    final drive 3.67:1
    top speed 317 kph / 196.86 mph
    0 - 60 mph 3.7 seconds
    fuel econ 13.2 L/100 km or 17.82 mpg
    fuel capacity 85 litres or 22.44 gal.


    GT MF5: http://www.supercars.net/cars/3906.html
    Price: 179,800 euros
    engine BMW V10
    position Front Longitudinal
    aspiration Natural
    valvetrain Electronic Sequential Injection
    fuel feed ME 9.2.2 Fuel injection
    displacement 4999 cc / 305.1 in³
    bore 92 mm / 3.62 in
    stroke 75.2 mm / 2.96 in
    compression 12.0:1
    power 378.1 kw / 507 bhp @ 7750 rpm
    specific output 101.42 bhp per litre
    bhp/weight 367.39 bhp per tonne
    torque 520 nm / 383.5 ft lbs @ 6100 rpm
    redline 8250
    body / frame Aluminum Monocoque Chassis
    driven wheels RWD w/DSC
    wheel type BBS RS-GT Alloy
    front tires 245/40 ZR 19
    rear tires 275/35 ZR 19
    front brakes Vented Discs w/2-Piston Sliding Calipers, ABS
    f brake size 36 x 374 mm / 1.42 x 14.72 in
    rear brakes Vented Discs w/Single-Piston Sliding Calipers, ABS
    r brake size 24 x 370 mm / 0.94 x 14.57 in
    front wheels F 48.26 x 21.59 cm / 19 x 8.5 in
    rear wheels R 48.26 x 25.40 cm / 19 x 10 in
    steering Rack & Pinion w/Power Asssist
    f suspension Double Wishbonws w/Trailing Links, Eibach Coil Springs, Bilstein Dampers, Anti-Roll Bar
    r suspension Double Wishbonws w/Eibach Coil Springs, Bilstein Dampers, Anti-Roll Bar
    weight 1380 kg / 3043 lbs
    wheelbase 2507 mm / 98.70 in
    length 4300 mm / 169.29 in
    width 1950 mm / 76.77 in
    height 1170 mm / 46.06 in
    transmission 7-Speed Sequential Manual
    gear ratios 3.99:1, 2.65:1, 1.81:1, 1.39:1, 1.16:1, 0.83:1
    final drive 3.62:1
    top speed 279.97 kph / 174 mph
    0 - 60 mph 3.9 seconds
    fuel econ 14.8 L/100 km or 16 mpg
     
  2. #2 mclaren_v12, Nov 17, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    GT MF5 for me.
     
  3. Wiesmann without a doubt
     
  4. 911 turbo
     
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  7. I didn't think I'd say it, but the SLS
    Just not fond of the latest Wiesmann update
     
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  9. idk if its just me but the SLS is starting to remind me of the chrysler crossfire
     
  10. lol no
     
  11. A part of me agrees. Obviously the 'normal' Wiesmann's look better than the MF5 and that pic in the 1st post isn't really flattering.

    Then again I went to the FIA GT final in Zolder and the 2 safety cars were a Wiesmann GT MF4 and an MF5. The MF5 was yellow and looked and sounded amazing.
     
  12. GT MF5, unique (never seen on in the states), and more pleasing to the eye.
     
  13. wiesmann. no brainer.
     
  14. SLS, I really don't like the new Wiesman.
     
  15. SLS, my favorite car currently by far, even if dynamics is not the best of all (compared for instance to a 458 Italia).
     
  16. 1: 911 Turbo
    2: SLS (despite of its hopeless looks)
    3: Wiessmann
     
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  18. SLS AMG for me
     
  19. SLS.

    I just don`t get the GT MF5.
     
  20. SLS, I don't like what Wiesmann has been doing lately.

    I also think replacing the grill on the SLS could make it quite hot.
     
  21. I still dont see why people like the wiesmann. srsly ugly car. The SLS looks so boring too.

    Turbro/gt3/v8 vantage for me.
     
  22. Do you think the older Wiesmanns look bad too?
     
  23. They do. Wiesmanns look like the fat kid in school just with new snaekers (their massive wheels look cool)The biggest issue with the design though is the little round grill, the fat cheeks (front wings) and their 4509742904875 round rear lights.
     
  24. it isnt beautiful, but it has the badass factor
     

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