The original Honda Motocompo is essentially a small folding scooter / motorbike that was sold by the company between 1981–1983. This Honda Motocompo XL concept by designer Allan Williams is also a “trunk bike” like the original.
This folding scooter / motorbike is designed to fit in subcompact cars, like the Honda Civic and Honda Accord. What sets this modern version apart from the original is its all-electric drivetrain and multitude of LED lighting all around the bike. The original is currently the smallest scooter ever built by Honda, and this one will only be slightly larger. Despite production being halted in 1983, Honda has revisited the Motocompo idea with several concept vehicles, including the 2001 e-Dax / e-NSR as well as the 2011 Motor Compo electric scooter.
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