Honda is reviving its pocket machine, the new name is already familiar

Honda first revealed the Motocompacto name in 2020, when the Japanese firm filed for protection of the name with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Although the name has more letters than the original Motocompo, it is clearly a reference to the iconic pocket-sized machine.

However, that was the last time the name Motocompacto appeared in the headlines.

That is, until now, as Honda recently filed a new trademark application, this time with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office.

The application contains two different ways of writing the same word: Motocompacto and Moto Compacto.

It is interesting that in the application the names are marked as follows “Goods: land vehicles, self-balancing electric scooters; electric powered scooters.”

Also in the app is a logo design for a scooter, which depicted a compact, boxy scooter, similar in appearance to a suitcase.

While all other information regarding the scooter is currently scarce, we now know that Honda intends to bring the miniature motorcycle back to the modern world.

Additionally, the Motocompacto or Moto Compacto is likely to be a small electric scooter intended for city driving that offers a short range with replaceable batteries.

We hope to have more information soon.


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

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