Igor Chak has independently designed a new 2015 Honda CB750 concept bike with the following features:
- 4-Cylinder – Liquid Hydrogen Engine
- Six-speed dual-clutch transmission with electronic lurch and traction control
- Electronic Tuning by the onboard computer
The 2015 Honda CB 750 concept bike is designed based on the 1970s-80s CB. The concept bike is basically with the same design added some computers on it.
2015 Honda CB750 is a uni-body construction combining carbon fiber, aluminum, and titanium. Seat cowling is part of the frame, allowing it to carry heavy loads up to 300lbs.
Front and rear electro-magnetic suspension adjusted, you guessed it; electronically. Sensors show readouts updating every 1/10 a second and can adjust everything on-the-fly. ABS, airbag and steering damper. Rims designed to be sleek and aerodynamic. Radar technology to “sense an upcoming head-on collision and will automatically slow the bike.” – Most of these features can be manually disabled to suit the driver.
Now, the on board computer, which can be controlled through a 5” OLED multi-touch display positioned right on the fuel tank. This is the brains of the bike. There are 3 menus: GPS, Drive modes, diagnostics mode.
GPS mode is like your standard GPS that will give you directions and etc, but it will be connected to the internet through Wi-Fi and 3G. This will enable you to find information on the go and implement it to your rout.
Drive mode: economy, race and standard. All can be electronically tuned.
Diagnostic mode: lap times, gas consumption, top speed and etc.
2015 Honda CB750 Concept Bike: