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More new bikes from Honda in Tokyo - 2

A run-down of Honda motorcycle reveals in Japan

 

Cross Cub 110 (main image)

Basically the Super Cub 110 gone all SUV.

Honda said: ‘Featuring a crossover style which will look good for both urban area riding and outdoor activities, the Cross Cub 110 proposes a new value of Honda Cub motorcycles. As a model oriented toward recreational use, the “tough” image is being emphasized with the adoption of a leg shield and wider tires.’

Honda Riding Assist-e

We told you about this one a couple of weeks back too. It’s like the self-balancing NC750-based concept reveal by Honda earlier this year, but electric.

Honda said: ‘The Honda Riding Assist-e is an experimental motorcycle model Honda developed by applying proprietary balance control technologies Honda amassed through its research in the field of robotics. Honda’s aim for this model is to offer motorcycle riders greater peace of mind and make life with motorcycles more fun for people by mitigating the risk of a fall.’

PCX Electric

Honda’s PCX125 is a giant in sales terms, so what better candidate for an electric version?

Honda said: ‘The PCX Electric is an electric scooter equipped with a high-output motor developed independently by Honda as well as the Honda Mobile Power Pack, a detachable mobile battery pack. Honda PCX Electric is scheduled to go on sale in 2018 in the Asia region including Japan.’

PCX Hybrid

Not ready to go full-electric yet? Honda has thought of that too.

The firm said: ‘Honda newly-developed an original hybrid system designed for motorcycles. This compact hybrid system employs a high-output battery and ACG starter to assist the engine and enables PCX Hybrid to realise a “torqueful” riding performance. Honda PCX Hybrid is scheduled to go on sale in 2018 in the Asia region including Japan.’

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