Honda has taken the wraps off its new NM4 Vultus which features a pretty bold and futuristic style looking more like a concept than a production model.
The new Honda NM4 Vultus was designed with long journeys in mind; therefore it features an ergonomic riding position and is fitted with an innovative rider backrest which can also transform into a pillion seat.
The new motorcycle is propelled by a 745cc, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 8-valve, SOHC parallel 2-cylinder engine which generates a maximum power of 40.3kW at 6,250rpm and 68Nm of torque at 4,750rpm. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a standard Dual Clutch Transmission system.
The bike is also equipped with full LED lights and a sharp headlight which also comes with a blue LED definition line. We also like the blacked-out finish and the small glimpses of burnished stainless steel.
The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a steel diamond frame which sits on 43mm telescopic forks (125mm stroke) and a rear monoshock absorber which delivers 100 mm of wheel travel.
The stopping power is handled by front 320mm wavy discs grabbed by two-piston brake calipers and rear 240mm wavy discs paired with single-piston calipers. For enhanced stopping power the motorcycle is also equipped with a two-channel ABS system.
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