|About the car
The 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II seduced the public at its premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show. Developed based on this sporty sedan for Group A racing, it acquired an exceptional status. In the 1992 season, Mercedes-Benz won the first three places in the DTM championship with this vehicle, succinctly called “Evo II”.
Compared to the first Evolution model of the previous year, the engine power had been increased even further, with the Evo II now developing 173 kW (235 hp), compared to 143 kW (195 hp) before.
It can reach a top speed of 250 km/h and accelerates from a standing start to 100 km/h in 7.1 seconds.
Ludwig won the DTM championship in 1992 ahead of Kurt Thiim and Bernd Schneider, all three driving a 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II.
About the Brand
The company Mercedes is the world champion for the fifth straight time and Lewis Hamilton is the defending world champion of Mercedes. The Mercedes-Benz name, also known as Mercedes, is a well-known German automobile company, best known for its luxury models and its business vehicles. The company is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. In the year 1926, Karl Benz and Daimler produced the first vehicles under the Mercedes-Benz brand. On the flip side, as of 2018, the Mercedes-Benz was the highest-ranking premium car dealer in the world, accounting for 2.31 million passenger cars sold.
About the Manufacturer
The manufacturer Minichamps is a producer of model cars, trucks, buses, mopeds, tanks, and other automotive accessories, offering a wide variety of replicas in different scales.
Its Formula 1 models are mainly presented in 1/18 and 1/43 scale.
Currently, the Minichamps range contains models of all the world’s major car manufacturers and many types of racing and sports teams. Originally known as PMA (Paul’s Model Art), the company was founded in the late 1970s.
As a major company in the industry, with the widest range of models of any model producer in the world, Minichamps is a leader in the field.