The Honda Gold Wing GL1800 is one of the most popular premium touring motorcycles around and has earned a good reputation world over for its touring capabilities. The Gold Wing GL1800 is in a class of its own when it comes to features and creature comforts and is the most expensive motorcycle in Honda?s line-up in India. Other Honda Gold Wing GL1800 niceties include new layered-surface bodywork that improves the style of this 1832cc six-cylinder machine while offering improved wind protection, especially around the rider?s lower legs. Honda says this new bodywork translates to less buffeting and warmer rider legs on cold days. There?s also a new seat covering made of a perforated urethane. It?s waterproof, and said to offer better long-distance comfort for both rider and passenger. And in addition to the heated rider seat and passenger seat/backrest, the 2015 Honda Gold Wing 1800 features a foot-warming system to keep toes toasty on cold riding days. In other Gold Wing news, the F6B, the bagger version of Honda?s touring machine, gets some a few minor changes for 2015. Foremost among these are cruise control, which is now standard, and a black exhaust. Also, the 2015 F6B comes in two new colors: Matte Silver and Blue Metallic. The 2015 F6B arrives at dealers in November but MSRP is to be determined. Available in either two-tone Candy Red or Black, the built-in-Japan 2015 Gold Wing wears special 40th Anniversary badges on the front cowl, the rear trunk lid, and on a spot above the glove box. Also unique to the model are an embossed passenger seat and a special ignition key. The Gold Wing GL1800 will be available in two-tone candy prominence red/graphite black and a pearl glare white paint schemes. In India, the Gold Wing faces competition from the Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special, Indian Chieftain and the BMW K1600GT.