|Engine||Petrol 2497 cm3|
|Exterior color||Dark gray|
Mercedes launched its very divisive W201, also known as the baby Benz, in 1982. construction for which the new, smaller, and more agile 190 model seemed appropriate.
Unfortunately, Audi also made its debut with the Turbo Quattro at this time, so Mercedes turned to touring car racing, where behind the wheel of the 2.5 190E, Ayton Senna made its debut at the 1984 Nürburgring.
The four-cylinder Mercedes block is considered a classic, 16-valve DOHC, chain-driven double camshaft construction. Made with an alloy cylinder head, cast iron block, durable, oversized mechanics, without any other tricks such as variable intake manifold length or variable valve control. The 16-valve, 2.5-liter powerplant was paired with a short-gear dog-leg manual transmission and sperr differential.
The piece offered by Veterán Autó Kft. Is a specially saved copy with Swedish papers, which can be taken to war at any time, be it a mountain car or a young timer track day. The car comes with a set of little-run, original, high-value, rare EVO alloy fittings.