Honda has won two Red Dot awards for its motorcycles

For the third year in a row, Honda has won the Prestige Red Dot Design Award.

At this year’s edition, the award-winning motorcycles are ADV350 i NT1100.

We are pleased to receive the Red Dot award in several categories, which only emphasizes the design quality of our products, said one of the leaders of Honda’s research and development design center, Toinobu Minami.

He emphasized the commitment of the Japanese giant to respond to all challenges in the best possible way and bring excitement to its mutineers.

As we have already mentioned, this is the third year in a row that the company has won the Red Dot Award. When it comes to motorcycles, previous winners include the Forza 750 and CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP.

Launched last year, the Honda ADV350 is a medium-sized maxi scooter, and in the range of the renowned manufacturer it is located between ADV150 and X-ADV. It debuted together with the NT1100, which is a sports touring variant of the popular CRF1100 Africa Twin Maine.

Both motorcycles use new design elements, which in the meantime have become very popular among fans of the Japanese brand. The latest double triumph and winning the prestige award shows all the strength and quality of Honda’s style and design language.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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