NM4 Vultus by Honda makes its debut in Europe at the ComicCon London 2014

Honda-nm4-vultus-front-viewHonda NM4 Vultus – FrontView

The latest motorbike by Honda is all set to make its debut in the European market. This bike, named NM4 Vultus, will be launched at the London ComicCon 2014 that is scheduled to be held from 23rd May to 25th May (Friday to Sunday). The NM4 Vultus has been inspired from the Japanese manga and animation. London ComicCon was selected at the debut place for this Honda motorcycle owing to an expected audience of nearly 80,000 people this year. It will help bring NM4 Vultus in their attention.

The Product Planning and Business Development Head of Honda Motor Europe, Dave Hancock, stated that with their NM4 Vultus motorbike, the automaker is providing its customers with a bike that will offer them a unique riding experience and identity. The Japanese manga and animation has been the influential factor behind the futuristic looks of this bike. Thus, the London ComicCon is a perfect place to unveil the NM4 Vultus for the very first time.

Honda-nm4-vultus-side-viewHonda NM4 Vultus – SideView

Honda has manufactured NM4 Vultus to not just offer a new, amazing option to the existing bikers, but to lure more people into joining motorcycling. This motorcycle is quite simple to ride because of its twist and go Dual Clutch Transmission feature. It also offers one-of-their-kind features like flip up back rest, multi colored instrument panel, etc. Honda has a firm believe that their NM4 Vultus bike will enable them to reach a new segment of customers in a manner that no other motorcycle can.

The visitors at the London ComicCon will get to experience a next generation 3D computer generated virtual reality film as well. In this film, they will get to ride through a futuristic neo Tokyo cityscape with the help of an Oculus headset. Visitors will be addressed by the creators of the bike to explain the concept behind NM4 Vultus.

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