Photo: Tomorrow's motorcycle

Photo: Tomorrow's motorcycle

Summary: At the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda presents its DN-01 automatic sports cruiser featuring a new-generation transmission.

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  • Honda DN-01

    At the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show, Honda presented its DN-01 automatic sports cruiser. The bike features Honda's new-generation hydraulic mechanical transmission, called the the "HFT," or Human Fitting Transmission. The company says HFT provides deft throttle response and stepless shifting, with no mid-corner shifting shocks.

    For pictures of concept cars at the show, see Photos: Tomorrow's cars rally in Tokyo.

  • DN-01 design

    Honda says the DN-01's design aims for a long and low, modern organic look. The bike sports a low-riding seat with an adjustable backrest. It also has wide footboards.

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