The Mosler MT 900S supercar has successfully completed U.S. emissions and crash testing, including California Air Resources Board (CARB) certification for the U.S. market. This amazing Corvette-powered, ultra-high performance two-seat, mid-engined road car will be coming to an auto enthusiast near you by the end of 2005.

It’s an exotic road car with a truly international pedigree. Built in very limited numbers for a discriminating coterie of racers, collectors and investors, the Mosler 900S begins with an advanced composite monocoque body fabricated in Florida out of a carbon-aluminum honeycomb structural board called Teclan, produced in California primarily to make aircraft floors and bulkheads. Power for the Mosler MT 900S comes in the form of a 5.7-liter Corvette LS6 powerplant with subtle modifications from stock. Final assembly of chassis, body, internals, suspension and powertrain is completed by a team of road car specialists at Breckland Technology Ltd. in East Dereham, England.

Racing versions of the Mosler MT 900 have been making their mark in British GT, Spanish GT and FIA GT championship races, campaigned by a number of international teams from England and Spain, going head-to-head with a good degree of success against the factory Porsches. At the recent RAC Tourist Trophy race at Silverstone, England, three separate Mosler entries shared the starting grid for the first time and finished second, fifth and twelfth respectively.

The first 50-state legal road models will be available exclusively through “Corvette Mike” Vietro, (, whose facility in Anaheim, California heads the U.S. distribution and sales efforts for the $189,000 Mosler MT 900S.

To schedule an interview with manufacturer Warren Mosler to discuss his revolutionary supercar, its U.S. availability and that it’s currently making headlines in European racing circles, where it’s heading and why, please contact me at 910-395-4829 or


Jarrod Holland
for JMPR Public Relations