History of IMSA

2001 Kleemann sales department

2001 Kleemann sales department

Holger Mohr established the Kleemann Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH, the sales department of the danish tuning company Kleemann

2002 Worlds fastest 4-door sedan

2002 Worlds fastest 4-door sedan

Kleemann E55 K sets world record for the fastest 4-door sedan with 338km/h
picture: kleemann.dk

2003 Worlds fastest SUV

2003 Worlds fastest SUV

Kleemann ML55K S8 sets world record for the fastest SUV with 282km/h
picture: Kleemann.dk

2005 IMSA GTV

2005 IMSA GTV

based on Lamborghini Gallardo
590ps at 8000U/rpm & 560nm at 6000U/rpm

2005 Developed worlds first aftermarket center-lock conversion

2005 Developed worlds first aftermarket center-lock conversion

For the IMSA GTV, we developed the worlds first aftermarket center-lock conversion

2005 IMSA GTV @ Essen Motor Show

2005 IMSA GTV @ Essen Motor Show

picture: LamboCARS photography

2006 Kleemann renamed to IMSA

2006 Kleemann renamed to IMSA

Foundation of the IMSA GmbH

Individual mobility, Style and Art

2007 IMSA GTR

2007 IMSA GTR

IMSA GTR

700PS

carbonfiber widebodykit

picture: lambocars.com

2010 First IMSA Mercedes-Benz conversion

Mercedes-Benz SL with IMSA wheels and IMSA suspension

2014 IMSA S720 biturbo

2014 IMSA S720 biturbo

2014 IMSA S-Class Coupe

2014 IMSA S-Class Coupe

IMSA conversion program for the S-Class Coupe

2015 IMSA G-Class conversion

2015 IMSA G-Class conversion

IMSA autoclave carbon bodykit
IMSA 22″ forged aluminium wheels
IMSA additional carbonfiber parts
IMSA suspension-kit
IMSA engine upgrade to 730hp

2016 official car manufacturer

2016 official car manufacturer

IMSA is officially registered as an automobile manufacturer by the German Ministry of Transport.

 

picture: kba-online.de

2017 IMSA G-Carbon

2017 IMSA G-Carbon

– complete IMSA autoclave carbonfiber bodykit
– additional autoclave carbonfiber parts
– complete interior refinement
– engine conversion to 720hp

2017 IAA Frankfurt

IMSA presents some special cars at the 67th International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt