Honda City Adventure Concept-based adventure scooter to be launched in 2017 – Report

Posted on: Dec 16, 2015 - 9:20am IST

Concept was revealed at the EICMA show last month.

A French publication, MotoBlouz, reports that an adventure scooter based on the Honda City Adventure Concept is headed for production and that it would be introduced in the market in 2017. The report says that that the production version would not be a direct derivative of the concept, and that it would be more of a mellowed-down version.

Honda City Adventure Concept front quarter right
The production version is reported to be significantly different from the Honda City Adventure Concept.

The Honda City Adventure Concept was unveiled at EICMA 2015 in Milan last month. It was presented as a “unique interpretation of the idea of adventure on two wheels”. The company announced that the concept is a precursor to the design and development of upcoming scooters and adventure motorcycles from the brand, indicating that the model was more than just a design study.

Honda City Adventure Concept side
The technical details of the Honda City Adventure Concept was not revealed during its world premiere at 2015 EICMA.

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The technical specifications and the powertrain used on the City Adventure Concept were not revealed during its unveil. What could be seen on the model were a long-travel Up Side Down fork, spoke-wheels, off-road tyres, dual disc brake upfront, knuckle protectors, a swingarm-based rear suspension likely with a monoshock and an upswept exhaust.

Honda City Adventure Concept – Image Gallery

[Source: MotoBlouz]

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