Tresoldi - a popular Honda dealership near Milan, Italy - has released a couple of interesting limited edition of the Integra, the recent scooter from the Japanese manufacturer: the Army Edition and the Carbon Look.
The Honda Integra Army Edition uses a military green livery, black rims and exhaust as well as a few mild modification that make for a menacing and captivating look. The Honda Integra Carbon Look instead comes with gold painted wheels, Akrapovic end-can, diamond-shaped wing mirrors, sporty number plate holder and a lower windscreen. Check them both out in the videoclip above.
After showing the first version of Mid Concept scooter at last year’s EICMA, Honda has released the first picture and details of their new engine and maxi scooter concept dubbed Integra (did Honda run out of original names?) that we’ll be seeing in November.
It’s a brand new 700cc parallel twin cylinder engine designed to work with a new and lighter-weight version of the VFR1200’s DCT dual-clutch gearbox, in addition to a six speed manual transmission.
Honda is also boasting that this new engine will get you around with 27 km/l, the best in its class and about 40% better than any of its competition in the same displacement range.
Besides the Integra, Honda will also be debuting at the EICMA, other different concepts with this new engine and we’ll have to wait and see if one of these concepts will be a mid-range motorcycle.
Honda press release after the jump