Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced it will exhibit the world premiere of the NC750X and 400X with reinvigorated exteriors and refined componentry, at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show 2015, to be held at Tokyo Big Sight (Press days: October 28-29, 2015, Public days: October 30 – November 8, 2015).
The NC750X and 400X sports models, developed according to Honda’s “Crossover Concept” fusing on-road and off-road values at a high dimension, are popular with a wide spectrum of customers.
Both world premiere models sport reinvigorated exterior designs, including all-LED head- and taillights. The newly designed windscreen efficiently provides wind protection for the rider, ensuring a stylish and comfortable ride.
- LED headlights* and taillights enhance the NC750X’s adventurous image with a sharper styling.
- 70mm taller windscreen - compared to previous model — decreases rider fatigue during high-speed cruising.
- The newly designed compact and lightweight atypical cross-section mufflers contribute to improved maneuverability, while producing a rich beat.
- Luggage capacity has been increased from 21 liters to 22 liters, for more luggage storage.
- The Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) is programmed with 3 S-mode levels, allowing the rider to select optimum gearshifts.
- The front suspension is equipped with dual-bending valves* which optimize linear compression and decompression damping characteristics, improving ride comfort.
- The rear cushions are newly equipped with preload adjuster*.
Honda plans to release the new NC750X in Japan and Europe, and in North America as the NC700X.
* Equipped on Japanese and European models. Not available for North American models and some other regions.
- Developed according to Honda’s “FEEL THE ADVENTURE FORM” concept, LED head- and tail-lights enhance the 400X’s masculine look.
- 100mm taller windscreen - compared to previous model - provides even more wind protection for the rider.
- The front suspension is equipped with preload adjusters.
- Brake lever adjustable to fit hands of varying sizes.
- Gear shift mechanism redesigned to improve operation feel.
Honda plans to release the reinvigorated 400X in Japan, and in Europe, North America and Asia as the CB500X.