Dave Hancock, Head of Product Planning and Business Development at Honda Motor Europe said, “With the NM4 Vultus, we are offering customers a motorcycle with a unique identity and riding experience. Its futuristic look has been influenced by Japanese animation and manga, which makes ComicCon a natural environment to display it to the public for the first time.
The Vultus has been built to appeal not only to existing licence-holders, but to attract new people to the joy of motorcycling. It’s simple to ride thanks to our twist-and-go Dual Clutch Transmission, has unusual features like the multi-coloured instrument panel and flip-up back-rest, and we truly believe it can help us reach a new audience in a way no other bike can.”
London ComicCon visitors will experience a next gen 3D computer-generated virtual reality film wherein the rider through is part of a futuristic “neo-Tokyo” cityscape using an Oculus headset. Honda NM4 Vultus’ creators will meet visitors and explain the concept behind the bike.