Honda NM4 Concept Motorcycle

If you're ready to ditch your car and move to something with a couple fewer wheels, but aren't quite ready to leave behind the comfort of a driver's seat, then maybe you need the Honda NM4 Concept Motorcycle. Calling the new seating configuration the cockpit position, an adjustable backrest is designed to give the rider more of a comfortable riding experience — while also easing the transition from car to bike. Available in two models, either a black or a white variation, each one comes powered by a 745-cc two-cylinder engine with a dual-clutch transmission. Additional details including horsepower are limited, but we do know that Honda plans to put something like the concept into production in the near future.

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