Honda CB4 Interceptor Cafe Racer

Nov 15, 2017

Category: Rides

Well, this year’s EICMA show in Milan may be over but that doesn’t mean the hits won’t stop coming. Honda, not to be outdone by their competitors, showcased a beautifully aggressive concept cafe racer straight from their R&D facility in Rome, and looks like a stylish ride straight from Tron Legacy.

Dubbed the CB4 Interceptor, this is one futuristic cafe racer we surely hope makes it into production in the coming years. It features all the flagship markings of the style – low handlebars, a race-inspired half fairing and saddle – but with a sleek sporty enhancement from the previous CB4 Concept introduced two years prior. The color here, “total black,” adds a clean yet sinister design element to the ride, while a futuristic fan located in the halo-LED headlight of the bike serves to convert the motorcycle’s kinetic energy into usable power for the ride’s touch screen located on the Interceptor’s tank. This handy feature not only provides digital maps for the rider but also connects to other devices such as smartphones and can even make emergency phone calls if needed.

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