Honda showcased the X-ADV concept at EICMA last year, and we thought Honda would never make this thing in real life, but the company has finally revealed its production version at this year's EICMA.
Thanks to its long travel suspension, wire-spoked wheels and hand guards, the off-road ambition is quite visible on the X-ADV, and all these bits might make the adventure scooter capable of delivering exceptional off-road performance.
The X-ADV is powered by Honda's 745cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine borrowed from the Integra which is capable of producing 53Bhp at 6,250 rpm and 68Nm torque at 4,750rpm.
The transmission on the X-ADV is Honda's Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) system.
Honda uses the newly developed tubular steel chassis on the X-ADV and is offered with a 41mm diameter adjustable USD forks up front and preload adjustable shock at the rear.
The Front suspension travel is 153.5mm and the rear is 150mm.
The X-ADV will come fitted with a 17-inch wheel on the front and a 15-inch wheel at the rear, equipped with dual-sport tyres.
The stopping power at the front comes from a pair of radial mounted, four-piston callipers and 310mm diameter discs.
The X-ADV will also feature a five-way adjustable screen, keyless ignition and mindblowing 21-litre under seat storage space.
The fuel tank capacity of the X-ADV is 13.1 litres, and the kerb weight is 238kg.