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post #1 of 9 Old 07-02-2014, 05:48 PM Thread Starter
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NM4 Concept

The bikes we saw prior to production confirmation we're not actually the first prototypes (if you could even call them that)

This was the first kernel that spawned NM4... the Honda Chopper Concept



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That thing is pretty cool. Looks like it is straight out of some futuristic video game. Does it shoot laser beams too?
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it looks like something the millitary would come out with.
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It almost looks like it is just a computer rendering instead of being an actual physical object. Do you know if they actually made this, or was it just a virtual concept? Anyone know when Honda came out with this?

I feel like in a video game this bike would fold and transform into some awesome cannon or something.
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no it was just a CG concept from what I understand... I dont think its actually physically possible to build said bike...
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I wonder what the things on the back are supposed to be? Storage compartments, or warp engines? I'd be very interested to see what a real bike based on this concept would look like. I guess maybe that is the Vultus, but its that thick structure that connects the front wheel to the rest of the bike that is the cool part IMO.
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I wonder what the things on the back are supposed to be? Storage compartments, or warp engines? I'd be very interested to see what a real bike based on this concept would look like. I guess maybe that is the Vultus, but its that thick structure that connects the front wheel to the rest of the bike that is the cool part IMO.
warp engines, for some unreal power and g forces.
it will be like something out of irobot or starwars
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It's cool when car companies get hired to design vehicles for sci-fi franchises. I remember that Audi designed a vehicle for Ender's Game recently that was pretty cool.







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It's cool when car companies get hired to design vehicles for sci-fi franchises. I remember that Audi designed a vehicle for Ender's Game recently that was pretty cool.







I remember they also did some vehicles for iRobot. I'm actually surprised that some car enthusiast didn't try to create a replica of one since it is quite doable.
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