Honda: New Electric Motorcycle Lookalike Showcased in Advert
Honda's advert for their upcoming contribution to the 134th Rose Parade, on which they've stamped a naked 'electric' motorcycle. Media sourced from CycleWorld.
Honda has just released an advert for their electric machines – and the image for the upcoming Rose Parade shows off a back-quarter view of what the brand is labelling ‘a Honda electric motorcycle’ (via Yahoo! Finance’s press release) – and she don’t look like a small-cc offering, neither.
According to the report from Motorcycle.com, Honda will show off a theme called ‘Forever Determined’ in the lead float for the Parade; it’s a cute theme, and one that definitely circles back to the brand’s goals for “carbon neutrality by 2050, and having North American vehicle sales be 100% electric by 2040.”
The big question is whether this generic sketch is a realistic drawing of a bike Honda’s actually got in the zero-emissions lab.
We think yes – at least, to some capacity.
Honda’s other banner beauties exist in one way or another; from the prototype Honda eVTOL aircraft, to the Acura ARX-06 hybrid race car and the Prologue SUV, each machine boasts some sort of coverage and progression, regardless of the stage of production.
The only other hint we have is in the wording of the press release:
“Honda’s float will feature a range of mobility products, as Honda prepares for an electrified future,” comments the release on PRNewswire.