I won't blame you that you have never heard of this car. The 2010 Wiesmann GT5 is mostly unknown to anyone who lives outside of Germany. But get used to this car's bizarre contours and shapes, because it means business. This isn't an ordinary product of civilised German engineering. This is a supercar. A 408 kW, 547hp supercar. Germany don't usually make supercars, so you would expect them to do an average effort. But no. They have managed to build a supercar to beat Ferraris, Porsches and Aston Martins alike. This fact certainly shows in this car, with a 0 to 60mp/h time in 3.9 seconds and an awesome 660 nM of torque. And it's not too expensive for what it is, its price tag a mere 234 000 US dollars. For a pure German car, this couldn't have been so good.