Forget about the old paradigms of motorcycle design.
Integrated into the bodywork, the innovation manages cruise-control and blind-spot-avoidance systems.
With 189 hp and a new suite of electronics, the latest version of the superbike proves that Honda wants to be back at the front of the pack.
The bike was designed by renowned custom fabricator Michael “Woolie” Woolaway.
The aptly named eScotter can go 12 mph and has a range of 15.5 miles.
From the initial sketches to the final production examples, he walks us through the process.
The race-inspired vehicle tops out at 189mph.
While the new version may have too much tech, it still leads the pack in versatility.
The tech allows bikers to communicate from up to a mile away.