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2018 Honda Goldwing to be showcased at Tokyo Motor Show

2018 Honda Goldwing to be showcased at Tokyo Motor Show

Snapshot: Goldwing has gone through major mechanical changes such as new horizontal suspension setup and much more!

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The legendary Japanese automaker, Honda has just released some really exciting information about the upcoming 2018 Goldwing motorcycle. The company has announced that it will be unveiling the new generation Goldwing motorcycle to the world on 24th of this month at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.

The company launched two teaser videos on its official YouTube Channel. The second video gave clarity on the product linking it with its heritage through a plethora of images and videos. Apart from these Honda YouTube videos, what also gave more information on the new Goldwing motorcycle were the leaked images that surfaced the internet revealing much closer info on the bike. The images clearly showed that the new generation Goldwing has gone through major mechanical changes such as new horizontal suspension setup, upgraded infotainment system and minor front facial changes such as headlights and a taller windscreen. The company may also reveal the 2018 Goldwing F6B alongside the new generation Goldwing motorcycle.

The new Goldwing will also receive major changes in its engine and performance department but no further details are available at the point. The bike will also make it to the Indian shores soon after its Global debut. Stay tuned for more such updates. 

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