Champion Ch-2 is a car model of the under the brand Champion which was made by Hermann Holbein. It was introduced in June 1949 as the successor to the Champion Ch-1, then revised a little and produced from November 1949 to June 1950. Successors were the Champion 250 and Champion 250 S.
The open bodyshell without doors had room for two people.
With a wheelbase of only 170 cm and a track of 115 cm the length of the car was 280 cm, the width was 136 cm and the height was 127 cm. With a curb weight of 220 kg, the maximum permissible weight was 460 kg.
The air or fan-cooled single cylinder two stroke engine of Triumph had a displacement of 248 cc and produced 4.75 kW. It was mounted in the rear of the vehicle mated to a three-speed transmission. The top speed was 60 km/h and the fuel consumption was reported to be 4 litres per 100 km.
Price and quantity
The price for a new car was 2650 DM. Between June 1949 and June 1950 120 cars were made.