Shortly after world premiering the Honda NM4 at the Osaka Motorcycle Show held in Tokyo a couple of days ago, we spotted this concept bike at the 2014 Bangkok International Motor Show.
The NM4 Honda says, is planned for production. The motorcycle was developed using the keywords "Neo-futuristic" and "cool", says the company. The NM4 measures 2,380 mm in length, 810 mm in width and 1,170 mm in height.
Detailing on its design, Honda says designers have given the NM4 a "massive" front styling. The low setup cockpit was made keeping in mind comfort for ingress and egress and features an adjustable backrest as well. The instrument cluster was designed to give the rider a "movie scene" experience, claims Honda.
Power comes from a 745 cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke inline two-cylinder engine matched to a dual-clutch transmission. Other features include LED headlights, LED taillights, LED turn signals and utility boxes positioned in the front fairing for storing small articles.
Honda NM4 - Press Release
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