The MotoGP-powered Project 2&4 Concept shows the freedom on the motorcycle and the maneuverability associated with a car, all packed in three meters of length and 400 kg of weight.

The main purpose with the vehicle would be to provide you with the driver an immersive, thrilling driving experience.

The body design and engine position is inspired by way of the Honda RA272 of 1965. The dwelling reveals the core frame and functional components of the automobile, similarly to a sports?bike.

Overall length is simply 3,040 mm, width 1,820 mm and height 995 mm additionally, the overall weight is?just 405 kg, which combined with the low center of gravity plays a role in a higher responsiveness and maximizes the performance enabled by way of the?mid-mounted engine.

The exhilarating feeling manufactured from the cockpit is noticeably enhanced with the driver’s seat, uniquely suspended just through the road.

The ‘floating seat’ design places power as near towards the action as is feasible, evoking the freedom on the bike and completing the immersion made available from Honda Project 2&4’s extreme performance, 14,000 rpm red line and unique engineering.

 

The engine, created for the MotoGP RC213V and specially tuned to the public road, is often a 999 cc V-4 four-stroke unit using a output of more than 215 PS at 13,000 rpm, including a peak torque that could reach over 118 Nm is delivered at 10,500 rpm. The engine is along with a six-speed DCT gearbox transmission.

Concept

The Honda Project 2&4 is a winning entry with the company’s ‘Global Design Project’, quite a job which saw the participation that could reach over 80 designers and creators from your company’s design studios.

The objective with this annual contest is to challenge team and project members to share with you one goal and achieve high targets. For example, the thought was conceived by Honda’s motorcycle design studio in Asaka and made in collaboration with all the automobile design studio in Wako.

(Source: Honda)