At 2015 EICMA*, the Honda City Adventure concept scooter was unveiled, and this hints that a scooter can offer an adventurous ride as well. Honda has not revealed any further details; here is a quick overview of what to expect from this scooter.
A tall stance, inverted front forks, knobby tyres, and an adjustable windscreen. These are typical adventure model requirements. We also noticed spoked tyres, which can endure bad roads, gravel, and rocks, better than alloy wheels.
There is a possibility of a twin cylinder engine powering the Honda City Adventure concept scooter. Dual disc brakes up front hint the possibility of the engine developing a good amount of power.
If Honda rolls out the Honda City Adventure concept scooter, we are not sure whether this scooter will appeal to the masses. Gearless scooters have proven to be good for the city use, however, taking it off-road is still to be tested.
*EICMA, or the Milan Motorcycle Show is an annual show in Milan, Italy featuring motorcycles.
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