The Super Cub C125 marks a new page in the unique story of a vehicle. With such universal appeal, it has been sold in over 160 countries - and with such an instantly-recognisable look, it was the first vehicle in Japan to be granted a 3-dimensional trademark. While the look does not deviate from the classic template, an increase in power and torque thanks to its 125cc engine helps keep the Super Cub get ahead of city traffic.
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The very first Super Cub C100 was introduced in 1958, Honda’s 10th year of existence. Designed by Soichiro Honda and his long-time business partner Takeo Fujisawa, its stated aim was straightforward: ‘to provide the joy of playing a useful part in people’s lives’.
Nearly 60 years later, in 2017, the 100 millionth Super Cub was built, making it the most popular motor vehicle the world has ever seen. And along the way the Super Cub’s simple attributes of style, reliability, frugality and sheer usability have never gone out of fashion; it has quietly achieved exactly what Soichiro and Takeo wanted - to get people mobile and keep them mobile.
Aware of a whole demographic of urban riders - both younger and more mature - who are looking for retro-inspired machinery with real credibility and head-turning style, Honda is unveiling the Super Cub C125, an evolution of the legendary machine and the next chapter in its long history, designed for modern life in a busy city.