Honda's blown minds before, going their own way with both the Valkyrie, then later the Rune. But those were both within the realm of what Honda does, taking the existing Gold Wing, stripping it, and adding some custom panache. The Fury goes beyond, featuring a flowing look and a complete styling package, the likes of which Honda really only attempted before with the Rune. The details are not just stunning "for a metric bike" which is something we've grown accustomed to over the years, but is something a guy who builds one-off bikes for a living would be proud of. From the painted frame and swingarm, to the beautiful welds, to the lack of afterthoughts like emissions equipment, kickstands, and horns tend to fall into. Instead everything is beautiful or hidden. More importantly, just about everything is elemental and does what it looks like it does. Honda even managed to keep their traditional shaft drive and pretty it up enough to fit the look of the bike.