The Honda Concept CB motorcycle and two all-new Wander concepts have premiered at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda Concept CB
The Concept CB is the improved version of the Honda CB1100 classic-styled motorcycle, which is likely to enter production as the next generation CB1100. The revisions include an LED headlamp, a redesigned fuel tank, a revamped seat, a refurbished air box, and a new, two-chamber exhaust replacing the existing three-chamber unit.
The 1,140 cc inline four-cylinder air- and oil-cooled engine is expected to produce the same output of 89.7 PS (66 KW) at 7,500 rpm and 93 Nm at 5,0000 rpm. The 5-speed gearbox is also expected to remain unchanged.
Honda Wander Walker Concept
The idea behind this concept was to make an "urban micro-mover for one" that encourages one to "step outdoors anytime, anywhere". Honda touts this machine as a convenient and safe way to access the metropolitan infrastructure. The vehicle's name is put together from their meanings - "Wander" (freely) and "Walker" (the pedestrian).
Honda Wander Stand Concept
Derived from "Wander" (freely, stroll) and "Stand" (to ride), the concept is described as a next generation mobility solution that features autonomous driving technologies like the Honda Omni Traction Drive System. Honda says that the Wander Stand provides a secure, relaxed and a joyful mobility.