――The first Honda City, which was born in 1981, features [Tallboy] packaging that secures as much interior space as possible in a compact body by letting the occupants stand on their backs.
――The body that wraps it uses round headlights that are easy to get close to, and incorporates humorous cuteness that makes the most of its height.
――Rhythmic commercials were also a hit, and it is still known as a car that symbolizes the 1980s.
――Later, high roof, turbo, turbo II, cabriolet and additional models were introduced in rapid succession, all of which became a hot topic.
--In the TLV-NEO series, the turbo was commercialized in March 2022 and the cabriolet was commercialized in April, both of which were well received.
――This time, we will add the sporty version [R] at the beginning of the debut.
-A trunk bike that is familiar in commercials [Motocompo] and a figure of the rider on board are also included (cannot be installed in the city).
--City R reproduces the bonnet, front bumper, grille and genuine optional aluminum wheels that are different from the turbo.
-Also pay attention to the vivid coloring.
――Experience the live and fun motoring proposed by Honda in the 1980s on a 1/64 scale.
* The fender mirror is a user-installed part.
* The photo is a prototype. It may differ from the actual product specifications.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )