Performance and design upgrading in car business are now put in a word – tuning. And this is the exact activity that Schwaben Folia, a German company, is undertaking. They’ve taken a Wiessmann MF5 V10 Roadster, modified it and naming it “the Black Bat”.
The custom engine of the car is a S85B50, bearing the signature of BMW. It’s a 5.0-liter V10 that develops 520Nm of torque and 507HP. Thus, the Black Bat accelerates from naught to 100kph in 3.5 seconds, due to its lightweight frame and reaches 200kph in around 10 seconds.
With a top speed of 321kph (200mph), this car is impressive on the inside as well as on the outside, wrapped in a matte black foil, also inspiring anger and aggressiveness. The weight of the car lies somewhere right under 1400kg. To enhance its rugged look, the tuners have mounted 20×10 BBS forged alloys at the front, and 20×11,5 at the rear.
The brakes were modified as well, featuring 4-piston calipers in the back and 6-piston ones in the front with perforated compound disks, signed Brembo.