This category was first created in 1999 and is still in use today.
The cards share the typical blue card, the same colors of titles all that changes are their names and cars of course.

No doubt when you see the cars of this series you can be sure to want them in your collection. These are cars with unusual shapes and colours.
In this category there are cars of well-known brands such as Mercedes, Corvette, Lamborghini, Camaro and Jaguar.

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    One of the models, the Mercedes C-Class

    In April 1994, Mercedes-Benz achieved its first victory in the German Touring Car Championship (DTM) with the car based on the new W202 C-Class. In 1995, a new series of European races began: the International Touring Car Championship (ITC). Mercedes-Benz participated in that year’s competition with a C-Class passenger car tuned by AMG, its high-performance tuning division. Klaus Ludwig finished first in the drivers’ classification at the 1994 DTM and Mercedes won its fourth consecutive constructors’ title.
    The Hot Wheels car represents the first generation of the successor to the 190 (W201) “Baby Benz”. This new W202 chassis was manufactured between 1993 and 2000. The foundry is designed as if it had been prepared by AMG to homologate cars from the current DTM and later ITC Racing Series, with melted competition airplanes and performance kit that included wing, side skirts, fender flares, fenders, air dam, side air intakes for brake cooling, suspension to adhere to the road and roll bar.

    If you’ve been left wanting to continue watching exclusive Hot Whels and somewhat difficult to get, access these two more series, the Tropicool, the Wastelanders and the Volkswagen.

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