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Chinese version of Honda Goldwing in the making!!

Chinese version of Honda Goldwing in the making!!

Snapshot: It will be an electric motorcycle based primarily on the looks of Honda Goldwing

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If Chinese are famous for anything then it is their copy paste stuff that they have been doing from the beginning and according to the latest reports, it is the Honda Goldwing whose replica is being made by the Chinese these days.  It will be an electric motorcycle whose images has been surfacing internet recently. Few weeks back we gave you the news of MV Agusta F4 been replicated in the Chinese motorcycle market and this time it the Honda Goldwing.

Honda introduced Goldwing motorcycles in 1974 for the first time and since then Goldwing has evolved into being one of the most feature packed, luxury tourer motorcycle. If we starting pointing out the features of Goldwing, you will get to know why it’s called Goldwing. Through 2012, Honda GL models have appeared eighteen times in the Cycle World list of Ten Best bikes. Goldwing is equipped with everything that can put even luxury cars to shame. It has a heating and an adjustable windscreen, panniers (saddlebags) and a trunk, a seatback for pillion rider, satellite navigation and radio, a six-speaker audio system with MP3 and iPod connectivity, anti-lock braking, cruise control, electrically assisted reverse gear, and an optional airbag. The engine that breaths life in Goldwing is an 1832cc liquid-cooled horizontally opposed six cylinder engine that churns out 118hp of power at 5500rpm and 123ftlbs of maximum torque. 

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