Airplanes, ATVs, motorcycles, cars, generators, lawn equipment — if it has an engine or moves, Honda probably makes it. While Honda hasn't gone headfirst into the electric car market, it does offer hybrids and a few BEVs — and now, a bicycle. The e-MTB concept uses tech borrowed from its motorcycles, with thin-walled aluminum casings making up the frame and swingarm and housing a large battery pack. Honda didn't release any details on the powertrain, but it does appear to have a mid-drive motor and full suspension. While a production run isn't outside the realm of possibility, it's more likely that the e-MTB serves as a technology demonstrator.