Honda NM4 Vultus Review

The Honda NM4 Vultus has a stealthy overall look that makes it seem as if you’re going on a special mission. Fit for a movie set but road-worthy and ready to go, this Japanese manga-inspired motorbike can be a fun, eye-catching, and high performance ride for those looking for a fresh and unique experience.

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“Vultus” can be translated as “face” in Latin and its “face” can certainly make those who are looking for a unique ride turn their heads and want it for themselves. This motorbike was brought to life by a group of young designers. They were inspired by the Japanese comic books—especially those which had superhero themes in them. Looking at the Honda NM4 Vultus may even remind you of some Japanese robot cartoons shown back in the day, and this appearance is intentional so it can live up to its name of having a highly noticeable face.

Underneath the edgy exterior though, you’ll find that it’s quite ordinary but a good ride nonetheless. It has a liquid-cooled 745cc parallel twin engine that has a low-rev feature while offering great fuel economy. Because of these features, this can be a catchy ride for those who prefer arriving with a bang while having an easy to control machine.

According to Honda, the Honda NM4 Vultus is meant to give its rider a “different” experience and it targets the young riders out there. It has a notably low back seat which is at 650mm and even has an incorporated back rest. Those who have ridden it have even noted how it can feel like a sports car because of the seat style.

For a rider friendly performance and an easy to maneuver ride, this motorbike can surely please you. It can give you a nice cruise at around 70mph while making you look like a character straight out of a comic book too!