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On this page you can find the cars that are(/were) exclusive to Germany.
The MR11 was designed from the German soccer player Marco Reus who plays in the well-known German soccer team BVB (abbr. for "Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund"). Back in August 2013 at the German Toy Fair in Nürnberg (Nuremberg) he designed live in cooperation with Ryu Asada his very own car. In Germany there's also a special card for this MR11's first release. Only the short cards and International cards are featuring his person. He's missing on the U.S.-issue.
"M" and "R" are Marco Reus' initials and the "11" represents his number on his soccer jersey.
The MR11 has been released in the following versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Types||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes||Photo|
|-||2013||Germany Exclusive||Matte Black||Soccer Ball fenders, Yellow 'MR' & HW logo on sides, Silver & Yellow flames on hood, Yellow & White stripes across top||Pale Yellow / Plastic||Tinted (Yellow)||White||TRAP5||CBR63||Malaysia||
Base code(s): F30
Same as the regular issue
2014-card, Germany exclusive
From the back of the 2014, Germany exclusive card:
Der deutsche Fußball-Star Marco Reus hat in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Hot Wheels® Design-Team diesen einzigarten und schnittigen V-12 Sportwagen entworfen. Der Kühlergrill ist einem Fußballplatz nachempfunden und die Kotflügel haben den Look eines Fußballs!
"German soccer star Marco Reus worked with Hot Wheels® design to create this low, sleek V-12 sports car. The front grille mimics asoccer field, and check out the ball-inspired fender flares!