The Dax is kinda like a slick, stylized urban version of the tiny Grom that took the world by storm in 2014. The diminutive 125cc bike is actually a revival of the 1969 Dax. It has a pressed steel Dachsund dog-inspired frame, an air-cooled single-cylinder engine with a humble 9.3 horsepower, a four-speed transmission, and upgraded shocks from the original. It also includes an actual LCD instrument cluster, LED headlight and taillight, the Dachsund Dax logo, double seat, and a bold upswept chrome exhaust. It will start selling in Europe, but there’s no word on whether the little moto will make its way here. One can only hope.