Honda - Futuristic & Cool themed new motorcycle gets pricing & details

Honda's stylish new 745cc motorcycle NM4-01 (announced here a few weeks back), has been given a price: ¥999,000 (~$9,999); and it will go on sale April 21.

It was first shown to the public at the Osaka Motorcycle Show that took place in March.

NM4-01 was designed with "Front Massive Styling" and "Cockpit Position" as a concept. Front design expresses boldness and massiveness. The mirrors and LED headlight built-in the fairing makes a characteristic front face. The backrest is adjustable for 4 levels of the horizontal position and 3 angle levels.

It features a digital meter panel that changes its colors among 25 colors according to DCT (dual-clutch transmission) drive mode. Riders can set their favorite colors.


  • Price: ¥999,000
  • Color: Black, white

More: Honda’s New NM4 Concept Bike Straight out of Cyberpunk Anime


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