Kawasaki Concept Bike Offers Transformative Vision of the Future
November 21, 2013
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Kawasaki Motors is turning heads at this year's Tokyo Motor Show with its futuristic, transformable motorcycle, called simply the "J". There are no plans to commercialise the three-wheeled concept vehicle, but the "J" does offer a glimpse into what commuters might be driving in the future. Ben Gruber has more.
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