K-Speed Custom presented a special version of the Honda MSX 125
The bike is inspired by the famous Gundam RX-78-2
It was 2013 when the Thai section of Honda presented the new MSX 125, a small motard designed for use in big cities. Equipped with a 125 cc engine managed by a four-speed gearbox, the bike had a notable commercial success due to its low fuel consumption and was also exported to the United States and Europe.
Over the years there have been many tuners who have built special versions, and this month a very special model was presented by the K-Speed Custom of Bangkok. This MSX125 was in fact equipped with new aerodynamic appendages designed to pay homage to the famous Gundam RX-78-2 protagonist of the homonymous manga by Yoshiyuki Tomino and Hajime Yatate.
Remained mechanically unchanged, it is not yet clear whether the MSX125 Gundam will be produced in a limited series by the Thai company. To be able to build it in series it would be necessary to pay some sums of money to Dream Express Company Limited, the current holder of the rights on the Gundam brand.