Honda has announced plans to introduce the “Project 2&4” at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Created as part of a competition between Honda’s various design studios, the Project 2&4 will have a “cabin-less structure” that promises to provide the freedom of a motorcycle as well as the maneuverability of a car. It was jointly developed by Honda’s motorcycle design center in Asaka and Honda’s automobile design center in Wako.
Honda will also use the event will show the new Jazz and HR-V which will go on sale in Europe in September. They will also show an updated CR-V with a new diesel engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission and “world-first technologies to enhance occupant safety.”