Honda’s Latest UTV Is A High-Tech Terrain-Dominating 4-Seater

Jun 6, 2019

Category: Rides

Going on an adventure is always better with a crew. And Honda has the perfect desert demon to help you rip through the sand this summer. Get behind the wheel of the monster 2020 Honda Talon 1000X-4 FOX Live Valve UTV and posses the power to conquer any terrain.

The 1000X-4 FOX Live Valve UTV expands the Talon family to the four-seater market. This off-road vehicle benefits from the collaboration of Honda, FOX, and Bosch, housing a revolutionary suspension system that absorbs data from a variety of sensors to adjust all four shocks 16 times per second based on the terrain. Choose between Normal and Sport mode and enjoy the unrivaled handling, incredible high-speed tracking, and minimum body roll. This model also comes with an electronic Launch Mode for blazing-fast, full-throttle acceleration off the line. The savage UTV is powered by a 999c liquid-cooled Unicam parallel-twin engine mated to a six-speed automatic dual-clutch transmission. A price for this ride hasn’t been released yet, but expect the UTV to be available this fall.

Learn More: Here

More From Rides

Dockers' Alpha Chinos Boast Four-Way Stretch For The Frequent Flyer

Helping you to travel the globe in comfort.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

This Ultra-Tough Luminox x Bear Grylls Survival Watch Might Save Your Life

Carbonox-cased timepiece made to conquer the great outdoors.

Posted By Sean Tirman

Partner
Featured Image

NEC Turns Ducati’s Awkward ADV Bike Into A Classy & Clean Cafe Racer

Transforming Pierre Terblanche's ugliest design into a two-wheeled work of art.

Posted By

Feb 28, 2020

Featured Image

GFG Style’s 4WD Electric Hyper SUV Hits 62MPH In Under 3.5 Seconds

High-tech vehicle made for high-speed performance on any terrain.

Posted By

Feb 28, 2020

Featured Image

BRABUS’ 800HP Adventure XLP Is A Decked Out 4×4 That Deploys Drones

Devised to deliver aid and special equipment in dangerous, remote areas.

Posted By

Feb 27, 2020

Featured Image

What’s The Difference: Turbochargers vs. Superchargers

An easily-digestible look at the two main types of forced induction.

Posted By

Feb 27, 2020