Honda just announced its latest invention, the NM4.
Check out Honda’s new NM4, which will be added to the company’s line of 2015 street bike models.
Beneath its futuristic bodywork there’s a 670cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine with four valves per cylinder, automatic dual-clutch transmission and ABS. Storage pockets in the fairing plus saddlebags add real-world utility, and the rear turn signals are integrated into the rear bags. The rider settles onto a seat that’s perched a low 25.6 inches off the ground, and there’s also a rider backrest feature — the passenger seat flips up and can be set at three different angles and slides fore and aft to one of four positions.
The NM4 also features full LED lighting, a fat, 200mm rear tire and a meter display that can be illuminated in any of 25 different color choices—nearly one for every day of the month.
It will be offered in Black Metallic, with a $10,999 MSRP. Honda says the NM4 will be available in June.
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