The main change addresses previous requests to boost the Wing’s storage capacity, specifically on the up-spec full-dress bikes. That means the Tour model’s top storage compartment expands by 11 liters, giving it a total of 61 liters of capacity which should be plenty for two helmets; previous designs could accommodate certain helmets if they were arranged just so, and getting two to fit was often a stretch. (It’s a welcome update but we have to wonder why it took so long.) The Tour models also sport a redesigned backrest for the passenger seat, which gets a more relaxed angle, better padding, and a taller profile. In fact, the saddle area on all the Wings dial up the swank a touch, with a premium suede-like cover appearing on the Tours, while the Gold Wing and Gold Wing Automatic DCT get colored seat piping for added contrast. And the aforementioned trunkless models get a few more subtle styling tweaks to boot, with solid red taillights and new paint choices.