Honda Prelude Second Generation (BA2). Pink version

The second-generation Prelude was released in Japan on 25 November 1982 and worldwide in the spring of 1983. Riding on an all-new platform, the Prelude was initially available with an A18A or ET-2, 1.8 L 12-valve twin carburetor engine, producing 105 PS. In Japan, Asia and Europe, it later became available with a 2-liter DOHC 16-valve PGM-FI engine although this engine was not released in Europe until 1986.

The JDM B20A produced 160 PS at 6300 rpm, while the European B20A1 produced only 137 HP. This was the first generation of Prelude to have pop-up headlights, which allowed for a more aerodynamic front clip, reducing drag. Opening the headlights, however, especially at higher speeds, produced significantly more drag.

Made in Japan

Years of production: 1982-1988

Engine: 4 cylinders; 1829 cc

Power: 110 HP

Max speed: 210 km/h

Weight: 1240 kg

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