Mercedes-Benz 190E Evo II DTM v1.0

Mercedes-Benz 190E Evo II DTM for GTR2

Credits :

Mod created by TrackaHolics aka MRS-Productions:
Mr. Snoo, Ron123, sturgis and stew2000

The basic 3D Models are out of a racing game called: World of Racing 2
All other stuff are by Mr. Snoo and M.R.S. Productions
Finished and revised for GTR2 by Mr. Snoo
Templates by Ron123 and Mr. Snoo

Don’t copy things without permission!
All parts are legal and with permission made for GTR2!

Mod Content :

Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II DTM Version from 1992 with 15 different Teams

Car Infos from Wiki :

In March 1990, at the Geneva Auto Show, the 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II was shown. With the success of the first Evolution model, this model’s 502-unit production was already sold before it was unveiled. This car retailed in 1990 for DM 136,720.

The “Evo II” included the AMG PowerPack fitted to the same short-stroke 2,463 cc (2.5 L) inline-four engine as the Evolution, producing a maximum power output of 232 hp (235 PS; 173 kW) at 7,200 rpm and 245 N⋅m (181 lb⋅ft) of torque at 5,000 rpm, as well as a full SLS adjustable suspension allowing the ride height to be adjusted from an interior switch. An obvious modification to the Evolution II was the radical body kit (designed by Prof. Richard Eppler from the University of Stuttgart) with a large adjustable rear wing, rear window spoiler, and Evolution II 17-inch alloy wheels. The kit served an aerodynamic purpose—it was wind tunnel tested to reduce drag to 0.29, while at the same time increasing downforce. Period anecdotes tell of BMW research and development chief, Wolfgang Reitzle, saying “the laws of aerodynamics must be different between Munich and Stuttgart; if that rear wing works, we’ll have to redesign our wind tunnel.” The anecdote claims that BMW did redesign its windtunnel afterwards. The Evo II had the shortest production run of the 190 series models with production starting in 1990 and ending in 1991.

DTM Version :

AMG was not part of Mercedes-Benz when the 190 was first produced, but a separate racing and tuning company. As AMG had racing experience in the DTM, they were tuning all the factory petrol engines for the customers and 190 E was one of them. Engine tuning added 25 hp (19 kW; 25 PS) over the standard car. Along with that aerodynamic features were added to the cars such as rear spoilers and front splitters in order to improve high speed stability, alloy wheels and a leather interior.

Technical Specs :

Enginemanufacturer: Mercedes-Benz
Enginetype: 2.5L R4
Engineposition: Front
Power (PS): 370 @ 9500 rpm
Torque (NM): 320 @ 7500 rpm
Charging: none
Drive mode: Rearwheel
Basic weight (kg): 980
Power to weight ratio: 2,65 kg / PS

It is v1.0, that means: it’s maybe not perfect, there still can be bugs!


Size: 29 MB
Version: 1.0
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