Honda has released yet another teaser of its upcoming flagship scooter, the Forza 750. The latest video shows a few parts of the upcoming model.
Just a few weeks ago, Honda revealed that it would be releasing a new 750cc scooter that will carry the Forza name. The new model is set to launch on October 14, 2020. Until then, Honda has been steadily releasing more and information about it as the launch date approaches.
What the sneak peek reveals is that it will look very similar to the current Forza already on offer. It comes with a tall windshield and LED lighting. Naturally, the new engine is Euro5 compliant and will be positioned close to the rear wheel. Like the other Forza models, it won’t be a step-through design, but will have a large center mound, likely holding the fuel tank.
Japanese Forza 150
To distinguish it from the other Forza scooters (150 and 300), there are some changes to the body panels and lights. It's a bit chunkier up front but features a taller and slimmer tail. It also rides on upside down forks in front.
Chances are, it will also come with a number of features already fitted on the Forza 350 offered in Thailand. These are an adjustable windscreen, in-console USB charger and bottle holder, digital cockpit, Honda smart key (remote), front and rear ABS and an underseat compartment that can fit up to 2 helmets.
The new Honda Forza 750 is set to debut on October 14, 2020.