This vehicle paper model is a 1983 Honda City Turbo II paper car, a sport compact / hot hatch produced by Japanese automaker Honda between 1982 and 1986, based on the naturally aspirated Honda City AA, the papercraft created by Sakyo Studio. The Honda City Turbo is one of a very few turbocharged Honda road cars. Other turboed Hondas include the V6 Honda Legend of the late eighties and the new turbocharged i-VTEC 2.3 L in the 2007 Acura RDX.
In November 1983, the intercooled Turbo II joined the lineup. Flared fenders, wings, sideskirts and graphics combined for a much more pugnacious appearance, making its "Bulldog" nickname very fitting. In late 1984 the original Turbo was discontinued while the Turbo II continued in production until the City was replaced in late 1986.
The first generation Honda City (Honda Jazz in Europe) was a subcompact hatchback aimed mainly at the Japanese domestic market. The somewhat ungainly designed City, referred to by Honda as "Tall Boy" style, was also marketed abroad and was available in a number of versions. First introduced in November 1981 it carried the model codes AA for sedans, VF for vans, and FA for the widetrack Turbo II and Cabriolets. It was sold at the Honda Japan dealership sales channel called Honda Clio. In 2011, the City is also sold as Honda Ballade in South Africa.
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