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1990 Mercedes-AMG 190E Modified To Look Like A 21st Century Car.

A month ago, Hagerty ordered the ten-part Rendered video series, which was made by famous concept artist and designer Khyzyl Saleem of London. It gives viewers an inside look at the designer's digital design and creative process. In the most current installment of the series, Kyza uses his own aesthetic to convert the legendary 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5 16 Evolution II.


With influence from other high-performance modernized classic vehicles like Automobili Amos' Lancia Delta Integrale Futurista, the project's objective was to create a resto-modified version of the AMG car.



Using Autodesk 3ds Max, Saleem's custom widebody aero package and customary slammed posture were applied to the donor. It now has significantly widened fenders, an extended rear wing, a completely reworked front appearance with a radiator exposed, and a ton of exposed carbon exterior trim and aero kit parts.


One of the most interesting and innovative aspects of the project is how Saleem converted the MB donor into a two-door model.


A set of modified square headlights with LED illumination, a center dual exhaust with side exhaust diffusers, and a specially manufactured set of wheels based on the standard rims from the first 190 EVO II are also included in the project.


An entire roll-cage and a set of race seats have been added to the interior. The final stage of the EVO III's creation was the application of its digital paint job, an extraordinarily sleek race livery done up in the colors of the Petronas-AMG Formula 1 team.



There is little to no doubt as to the original model that the render is based on, even though the Kyza's most recent work is dramatically transformative, similar to many of the restomods that served as inspiration. Saleem will continue to debut brand-new work every week on Hagerty's Rendered series for the ensuing six weeks.



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