Honda Motor Co., Ltd. has revealed the production and concept models it plans to display at its booth at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in 2015. Honda’s booth – expected to be the largest among carmakers at the show – features its global brand slogan “The Power of Dreams.”
Already involved in a number of manufacturing industries, the Japanese manufacturer will display a wide range of products such as groundbreaking mobility solutions useful for everyday living, racing machines offering excellent road performance, and motorcycle concepts showing the future of mobility.
One of these motorcycle concepts is Light Weight Super Sports Concept that previews the Honda CBR250RR. This concept has been designed guided by the key phrase “strong presence,” resulting to an imposing speed-hinted figure thanks to its long nose and low crouching position.
Its imposing profile is further highlighted by sharp edges and surfaces that create a sense of hardness and solidity. The concept’s aggressive look is also underscored by an exterior that features matte-black-based low-contrast graphics.
Another motorcycle concept bound for the Tokyo Motor Show is NEOWING, a three-wheeled vehicle that corners and rides like a large motorbike while offering outstanding stability at low speeds.
NEOWING is powered by a hybrid unit that features horizontally opposed 4-cylinder engine and electric motors that provide ample force to allow potent acceleration.
NEOWING’s front wheel features the original Honda linkage mechanism, giving with to an advanced styling that highlights the mechanical features of a two-wheeled motorcycle.
On the other hand, the EV-Cub Concept is a personal commuter ideal for short-distance commuting. EV-Cub Concept is guided by the “easy-to-handle and economical motorcycle” concept that Honda has been working at since launching the first-generation Super Cub.
EV-Cub Concept features a battery placed at a low position in the middle of the body, allowing riders to easily mount and dismount on the commuter.
Likewise, the riders will find the EV-Cub Concept as very easy to handle, thanks to the concentrated mass and lowered center of gravity. Additionally, the battery can be detached and can be recharged using a standard home wall socket.