Honda NM4 Vultus motorcycle with futuristic design revealed

Honda has unveiled the new NM4 Vultus, inspired by futuristic machines seen in the anime and manga television and film styles, known collectively as “Japanimation”.

This is a very radical look, compared to other motorcycles in its class, featuring future-shock style and stealth bomber silhouette, along with LED lights.

Power comes from a 745cc twin-cylinder engine, that is canted forward, creating space and a low centre of gravity.

The engine is linked to Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT), giving the rider options between automatic twist-and-go D and S mode – plus trigger-operated computer game-style manual MT mode.

This is one very unique motorcycle and we are looking forward to hear more about the price and launch date.


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