Honda introduced the Motocompo in 1981 as a foldable, ultra-compact scooter. The Motocompo was sold as a factory add-on for just two years, only in Japan. In Honda motorcycle and scooter terms, the Motocompo barely made a dent in terms of sales. But the idea lives on, now in the form of the Motocompacto -- an electric scooter that folds down into the size of a piece of carry-on luggage. The Motocompacto's specs aren't impressive, with a top speed of 15 MPH and a range of 12 miles, but that isn't the electric scooter's point. Honda bills the Motocompacto as the next step in urban mobility, with its ability to be stored almost anywhere, zero-emissions power, and 3.5-hour charging time on a standard 120-volt outlet. The Motocompacto will be available for under $1,000 at participating Honda and Acura dealerships in November 2023.