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Honda Shows Motorcycle Concepts at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
Honda has announced its lineup of concept and production models to be displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show, which opens to the public this week. Among the bikes shown is this "light weight super sports" concept model, which could be a replacement for the CBR300R model in the coming years. Also shown are two Scrambler concepts based on the popular Grom and a three-wheeler with a flat-four-cylinder engine. Scroll through the gallery above to see other models on display.
Honda's press information follows:
Motorcycle concepts at 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015
- Original Honda Mobility Products Under the Concept of “The Power of Dreams” -
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced its line-up of production and concept models as well as other highlights for its exhibit at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015. (Public days: October 30 – November 8, 2015).
Using its global brand slogan – The Power of Dreams – as the booth concept, Honda will exhibit a broad range of items including innovative mobility products that are useful in people’s daily lives as well as a lineup of mobility products topped by racing machines that pursue excellence in driving and riding performance,
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