Some say that this bike reminds them to the Akira bike in the Japan manga. I’d think it looks like that too. Honda says that bike is actually inspired from a style called Neo-futuristic. Whatever it is, this Honda NM4 Vultus that is powered by 745cc inline twin engine paired with Dual Clutch Transmission is one of the most interesting styling coming Japan so far.
Luckily, Ah Hong Motor has shown that this bike is already available in Malaysia and the price is at RM84,000 (basic). Will you be interested to buy it if you have the dough?
Picture are from Ah Hong Motor FB.
Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia is preparing for the launch of the GSR750 which is a naked bike with the engine derived from the supersports GSX-R750. The engine has been revised in cam profiles and also on the intake and exhaust tracts. The compression of 12.3:1 is high enough to keep the engine delivering maximum ‘kick’ to the crankshaft. The engine can revs all the way to the redline at 10,000RPM and churns out 105hp with 80Nm of pulling power at 9,000RPM.
Continue reading “2014 Suzuki GSR750 ABS is coming to Malaysia on October 2014 – RM53,888 (basic)”
We just read about this 750cc jet fighter futuristic style bike unveiled in 30th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014 in Japan in March but now the bike are already available in our neighbour shore, Singapore, as posted by Speedway Motor Singapore.
The NM4 Vultus specs is advanced too as it includes 6-speed hydraulic dual clutch transmission. Practicality also has been taken into consideration as there are two storage compartment on the left and right front fairing. Continue reading “2014 Honda NM4 Vultus now available in Singapore – Japan futuristic-style machine”
Honda held its press conference at the 30th Osaka Motorcycle Show 2014 and unveiled the world premiere of two types of its new production model “NM4” as an exhibition model (planned for production).
The NM4 was developed under the keywords of “the Neo-futuristic” and “COOL,” pursuing new, unique styling.
This NM4 was designed to realize two points; the design concept “the Front Massive Styling” and “the cockpit position” focusing on the sense of unity with the rider, that the rider can smoothly get into the vehicle. The low-setup cockpit position and adjustable backrest provide an enjoyable new riding feel. The instrument panel was designed to provide clear readability and the fun riding, as if the rider was experiencing part of a movie scene.
LED lamps are used on the headlight of the powerful-looking front fairing, the tail lamp and the turn signals. In addition, the utility boxes are set up on the right and left sides of the front fairing for small articles.
Two NM4 types were unveiled at the motorcycle show; the simply-configured “NM4-01” which emphasizes its wide, dynamic rear tire and attractive low silhouette, and the “NM4-02” which emanates a unique presence and features a prominent rear design (containing utility boxes on each side of the rear body).
The NM4 will also be exhibited at the 41st Tokyo Motorcycle Show from Friday, March 28 to Sunday, March 30 at Tokyo Big Sight. Continue reading “Honda Exhibits World Premiere of New Concept Model “NM4” 750cc Bike – a hint of a jet fighter styling”
Ducati Malaysia (Next Bike Sdn Bhd) told the tale of a new Monster as it launched the 796 Corse Stripe at Ducati Centre Petaling Jaya today.
The latest incarnation of the Monster series combines the user-friendliness of the 696 with the sporty nature of the 1100 and brings the magic of the mid-range back to the Monster family.
“Still a roaring success more than 20 years after its sensational debut at the Cologne Motorcycle Show back in 1992, the Monster range continues to captivate motorcyclists across the globe with its subtle evolution. The 796 is a refined and sophisticated machine which boasts the unmistakable Monster style and has become the new ‘urban icon’ of hand built Italian naked motorcycles,“ said Datuk Wira SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, NAZA Group of Companies Joint Group Executive Chairman.
Present at the event were En Nik Danial Nik Mahmood, Vice President of NAZA Two Wheels Division and Mr. CW Juan, General Manager of Next Bike Sdn Bhd.
“This mid-sized Monster is bound to become a new favourite amongst Malaysian riders and we estimate that this model will contribute 35% of Ducati’s sales for 2014. Available to the local market as Completely Knocked Down (CKD) units from Thailand, the Monster 796 Corse Stripe offers exceptional value for the price of RM63,888 (net selling price),” stated Datuk Wira SM Faisal. Continue reading “Ducati Malaysia introduces Monster 796 Corse Stripe – RM63,888 (basic)”