‘The return of an icon’: The revival of German car maker Wiesmann
21 July 2023 | 12:20 pm
Wiesmann is known for combining German engineering and design with British style, but the automaker hasn't released a new model for almost a decade. That's until Project Thunderball, a new EV that signifies the company's re-entry into the market.
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