Less than 50 sold in the UK and very limited production worldwide.
Looking like a stealth bomber inspired by Japanese Anime cartoons, the Vultus was a difficult machine to categorise right from the start. As far as Honda is concerned, the Vultus was a custom, yet at first glance it has more in common with a super scooter, full size wheels notwithstanding. The Vultus first emerged as a concept in 2014 and was then put into production as a limited edition model, sharing its 745cc twin-cylinder engine and DCT semi-automatic transmission with the NC750 Integra scooter. According to MCN: “an 18/17in wheel combo and fat 200-section rear tyre means this is certainly no wobbly scoot… Instead it’s rock stable, nimble enough to wriggle through traffic… and yet also a joy to carve and slice until the ground clearance runs out through the twisties.”
This bike is ready to roll and enjoy I doubt if you’ll find another for sale let alone one this nice!