In 1981, Honday released the Honda Motocompo alongside its premiere of the then-new Honda City. Honda Motcompo was then known to be the smallest scooter ever made. Essentially, it was a motorbike that was made to fit the trunk of the Honday City given the bike’s stackable seat and foldable handles. It folded more or less like a suitcase to fit in the Honda City’s hatch.
The Honda Motocompo rides with the powers of a 2.5ps 50cc 2stroke that enables the bike to run up until the speed of 30km/h. Its tanks fills up till 2.2 liters of fuel. Given the size, the Honda Motocompo may not ride so fast but can go up until 130 kilometers.
It was unfortunate, however, that the Honda Motocompo did not quite become as successful as the Honda City which became very famous by its release. The Honda Motocompo seems to be the great idea that never quite sailed.