The bike only features cosmetic changes and remains mechanically unchanged.

Honda has unveiled a new adventure version of the motorcycle at the motor show. The Adventure version features a more pronounced windscreen, hand guards and a carrier at the back of the bike.

The company has said the response to the bike at the motor show will determine whether it will go to production or not. The bike is also fitted with faux carbon-fibre trimming, matte-grey paint and camouflage graphics on the fuel tank extensions. The updates are only cosmetic though, there is no off-road hardware on the bike.

The same X-Blade motor, which churns out 13.9hp and 13.9Nm, powers this bike. Honda will launch the new X-Blade in India by March 2018.

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