In a galaxy not so far away, at the Bangkok International Motor Show, Honda has recently unveiled a stunning surprise for both motorcycle enthusiasts and Star Wars fans alike. The spotlight was on the exceptionally stylish Star Wars edition of Honda’s beloved mini bike, the Monkey. With a design that pays homage to the iconic movie franchise, this edition has sent waves of excitement through the hearts of fans.

Honda’s presentation at the show revealed not one, but two distinct iterations of the Monkey Star Wars edition: the Dark Side Monkey and the Light Side Monkey. Each version carries its own unique aesthetic, invoking elements from the timeless Star Wars universe.


The Dark Side Monkey exudes an aura of mystery with its blacked-out theme. Bold ‘Star Wars’ branding graces the fuel tank, while subtle chrome accents add a touch of sophistication to the overall dark aesthetic. This variant is designed to capture the essence of the enigmatic allure of the Sith.

On the other hand, the Light Side Monkey embraces a more vibrant color scheme. Sporting a dual-tone combination of white and grey on the fuel tank, with blue accents on the side covers and handlebar grips, this version radiates with the purity and nobility associated with the Jedi Order. What sets it apart is the luminous ‘Star Wars’ branding on the fuel tank, which glows in the dark, adding an extra element of allure.


What makes this edition even more irresistible to fans are the accompanying goodies that come with each unit. Purchasers will receive a captivating pack featuring a Star Wars LED light box, a light saber LED lamp, a stylish Star Wars pilot jacket, and a keychain. These accessories further enhance the immersive experience, allowing enthusiasts to fully immerse themselves in the Star Wars universe.

Crafted through a collaboration between Cub House Honda and H2C Design, the Monkey Star Wars edition is truly a collector’s dream. However, aspiring owners will need to act swiftly, as Honda has announced that only a limited number of units will be produced—just 150 of each variant, to be exact.