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.
The sleek “HondaJet 2600 Concept” was just revealed at the 2021 NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), and it’s touted as the world’s first light jet capable of nonstop transcontinental flight across the United States.
Photo credit: Chris Cut via Car Scoops
Auto enthusiast Chris Cut is passionate about his Acura NSX, and to ensure that it could transport everything he needed on the road, a roof box as well as tent was installed. The next logical step was taking a salvage NSX and turning it into a camper trailer, right?
Industrial designer Nacho Alfonso García envisions a future where people will be riding around on self-balancing scooters, like the Honda Baiku. This futuristic concept boasts a minimalist design, starting with its rectangle-shaped LED ring light with what appears to be a vision camera of some sort up front.
Photo credit: Rene Garcia | Yanko Design
Sure, the Honda Ridgeline is currently just a midsize pickup truck built using a unibody frame, a transverse-mounted engine and in a crew-cab short-box configuration, but what if you crossed one with the Halo Warthog? You’d probably get something like this futuristic Honda Ridgeline EV. The M12 Force Application Vehicle (M12-FAV), also known as the Warthog, is basically a fast attack vehicle serving as the United Nations Space Command Armed Forces’ primary joint light tactical ground vehicle in the Halo games.