New models june 2018

Sporty: the most powerful Kadett C of all times


•The latest E-Class from Mercedes-Benz for the police
•Fendt Xylon system tractor with bale grab
•When the GT/E became the most powerful Opel Kadett C
•Pullman tractor unit as service vehicle

Powerful 115 hp, two-litre engine – this Opel Coupé topped everything. And it really is the most powerful and fastest Opel Kadett C that WIKING has ever premièred! Its gleaming white/yellow paintwork gives it a particularly sporty zing, like no other Opel before it. With its model upgrades, the traditional model maker is directing attention to the summer. VW TheBeetle convertible proclaims the enjoymentof fresh air typical of such days, while the Borgward camper van casts a quick glance at the summer holiday of 50 years ago – miniaturised automobile history could not be any more contemporary. Anyone wishing to be more contemplative in those days would buy a used Beetle with pretzel window and head off in to the Alps. BMW Isetta drivers talk of similar experiences. This year, WIKING has been able toproduce using the old, previously defective moulds thanks to the commissioning of historical machine tools. The long-awaited revitalisation has thus now been possible. Classics fans have been able to put together a heavy-duty combination in the form of the Magirus tractor unit with six-axle Scheuerle low-loader trailer. A matching accessories set of stacking containers is available in the colours of the Mäuler forwarding company. The Fendt Xylon with bale grab, the Unimog U 411 with stanchion trailer in Züblin colours and the Puch G in ÖBB livery round off the model upgrades. For fans of the
N-gauge, there is the Fendt Favorit with trailer and, on a scale of 1:43, the Rosenbauer AT generation.

John Deere forage harvester on a scale of 1:32 leaves nothing to be desired

WIKING is expanding its precision 1:32-scale range and updating its series of 1:43-scale fire brigade vehicles with the new items in June including the latest generation of John Deere forage harvesters and the AT-series from Rosenbauer appearing on the MAN TGM chassis – a veritable fire engine tender.