1966 LITTLE HONDA P25 | BY CHICARA NAGATA
Chicara Nagata is a custom motorcycle builder from Japan known for bold design moves that result in some of the most outstanding motorcycles in the world. Their latest product called the 1966 Little Honda P25 moves a bit away from Chicara Nagata’s regular work – making already great looking Harley Davidsons look a lot better – but it is stunning nevertheless.
First of all, this is not just a small and utterly beautiful motorcycle. It also includes a Sony security camera. Four of them, to be exact, giving you a 360 degrees view of your surroundings. It is a result of a client’s desire to have security equipment that looks like no other. Having in mind that cameras are usually hidden, Chicara Nagata chose to take a completely different path, making a security camera which not only is not hidden, but it is so stunning that you will not be able to take your eyes off it.
And the Chicara Nagata’s Little Honda P25 was born. It is based on the said motorcycle from 1966 with a small 49cc engine that produces just 1.2 hp that is enough to give you the top speed of 18mph. And this is actually enough, having in mind that this is a piece of security equipment and not a street racer. The cameras have Sony’s SONY 1/2.8″ 2 Megapixel CMOS sensor with video resolution of 2MP.
So, Mr. Nagata has done the job flawlessly. The minimalistic design includes smooth black framework, the engine placed next to the rear wheel, beautiful 23” classic tires and four conspicuous cameras. The value of this motorcycle is not only in its exceptional idea, but also in its dazzling design. [via]
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