Honda to unveil $3 million motorcycle helmet, $2 million motorcycle bell and $1 million motorcycle tent
Honda will announce a new helmet and bell this week, the first of several planned by the company this year to promote the use of its products in the workplace.
The motorcycle helmet is Honda’s latest foray into the world of helmets, with the first model released in the United States last year and the motorcycle bell the latest model to hit the market in Europe.
Honda says it plans to roll out at least two more models in the next year.
Honda’s motorcycle helmet will be made by the Japanese manufacturer’s new division, Mavic.
The company says it is working with the United Nations, as well as other organizations to make the helmets available for sale.
The company says the motorcycle helmet features a “mesh-covered” helmet with a mesh-covered liner, which creates a helmet with an outer layer of protection against the wind.
The helmet also includes a wind deflector to prevent helmet impact.
The new motorcycle bell is the company’s newest product.
It features a new patented system for a rider to press a button on a motorcycle helmet to switch from a motorcycle bell to a motorcycle tent.
The system uses infrared sensors to automatically detect if a rider is riding in the motorcycle tent or riding in a motorcycle.
The helmet will also come in two styles.
A standard helmet will come in black or gray, while the $2,000 motorcycle bell will come with a pink color.
The motorcycle bell can also be worn with an optional helmet strap that adds a special layer of padding to the top of the helmet.
Honda says the new motorcycle helmet and the bell will be available to employees starting Feb. 9, with an official launch date set for Feb. 22.