Honda Project 2&4

Sep 10, 2015

Category: Rides

Honda makes great vehicles, no debate there, the only real question for guys on the go has been do you get a sports car, or a motorcycle? Well Honda’s new Project 2&4 puts that debate to rest.

Project 2&4 combines all the snap and jazz of a motorcycle with the stability of a more traditional vehicle; without a cockpit or bodywork, the design leaves the driver hovering over the open road. Weighing in at 892 lbs, with a 215 horsepower motorcycle engine and dual clutch six speed transmission, the 2&4 gets you where you’re going in a flash, and at only 119″ long, you can park it just about anywhere you please. The result of an in-house design competition, Project 2&4 is currently no more than a concept, but it’s sure pretty, and maybe, just maybe, Honda will soon do us all a favor and put this puppy on the road.

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