1/24 Toyota Starlet EP71 Turbo S (3-Door) Late Production Type

by Hasegawa
$25.11 USD $31.38 USD

Description

This is an injection-plastic passenger car kit.

The Toyota Starlet is a subcompact car manufactured by Toyota from 1973 to 1999, replacing the Publica, but retaining the Publica's P code and generation numbering. The first generation Starlet was sold as the Publica Starlet in some markets. In Japan, it was exclusive to Toyota Corolla Stores. Startlets were typically dependable but austere vehicles, however, some upgraded versions were produced. Turbocharged Starlets were offered in three generations: the 1986-1989 Turbo S (EP71), the 1990-1995 GT turbo (EP82), and the 1996-1999 Glanza V. Another variant was the Sera, made in the early 1990s and officially sold only in Japan, the Sera had a unique two-door coupe body and butterfly doors but shared the Starlet's chassis and mechanicals.

The Starlet was briefly exported to North America from 1981 to 1984.

In 1999, the Starlet was replaced by the Vitz, sold as the Echo or Yaris in international markets and the bB mini MPV, which was later sold as the Scion xB in Canada and the United States and as the Daihatsu Materia in the United Kingdom. However, Toyota effectively vacated the European city car market until the Aygo was launched in 2005.

  • [Mold Color]: White, dark gray, clear
  • [Includes]: Plastic kit, decals, manual


Details

Code: HSGHC32
Release Date: Jun 2019
Item Size/Weight: 35.2cm x 20.0cm x 6.7cm / 340g
Manufacturer: Hasegawa

Assembly Guide