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Honda Wins Another Red Dot Design Award


In March 2020, Honda won the Red Dot Design Award for the first time, one of the world’s most prestigious design awards. Then the prize for the Japanese brand was brought by the CBR1000RR-R SP Fireblade motorcycle. In July 2020, Red Dot even put everyone’s favorite super-sport at the Museum of Modern Design in Essen, Germany.

And now, in 2021, Honda has won another Red Dot Design Award, this time for the Forza 750 Maxiscooter. As both prize-winning models have shown, good design is important for a wide variety of riders.

It has been another successful year for us, bringing us several awards in the globally recognized Red Dot Product Design category, ”said Toshinobu Minami, Chief Operating Officer of Honda Engineering.

Since our founding, we at Honda have always strived to bring the idea to our product design. “To make the consumer’s life more enjoyable”and we are confident that these awards are a symbol of recognition of our success in this task. We will continue to follow this unwavering principle by taking an out-of-the-box approach to developing products that “surprises and excites” our clients, he concluded.

Honda Forza 750

The Honda Forza 750 was unveiled in the fall of 2020. This model embodies the comfort and luxury of the GT concept along with the sporty performance of a 745cc maxiscounter. This maxiscooter is spacious for the rider, passenger and any luggage they might need with them on the road. Good wind protection and pleasant aerodynamic shape make the Forza 750 an excellent choice for fans of maxiscooters. Among the features of this model are HSTC traction control, automatic transmission with two clutches DCT, LED lighting technology and a voice control system with a connected smartphone Honda Smartphone Voice Control.

While the CBR1000RR-R SP Fireblade paved the way for Honda, becoming its first prize winner in the prestigious Red Dot Design Award, it remains to be seen if the Forza 750 will follow this path to the end and end up in the Museum. modern design.

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