Honda’s two wheeler division boasts of the largest two wheeler stall at the ongoing 2016 Bangkok Motor Show. The market leader has numerous accessorized concepts on display including the CB500X and CB500F H2C concepts.
Honda CB500X H2C
The concept demonstrates the adventure tourer’s ability to adopt a wide variety of aftermarket accessories and performance parts. For starters, it gets a new grey-black color theme with contrast red accents and white rim tapes.
Accessories include engine guards, radiator guards, wheels sliders, carbon fibre pads on fuel tank, leather seat cover, Givi pannier boxes and rear storage box, custom mirrors, knuckle guards, LED spot lights, LED turn indicators and off-road tyres.
Honda CB500F H2C
The CB500F H2C concept receives black-orange livery with some white accents here and there. Noteworthy accessories include carbon fibre finish for the front fender, split seats with contrast stitching, custom handlebar mount, and a carbon fibre finished chain sprocket cover and rear tyre hugger.
Both medium displacement motorcycles are from the same family and hence share their powertrain. The 500 cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine produces A2 license-friendly 48 PS at 8,500 rpm and 43 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm. Transmission is a 6-speed unit.