Ever since I saw this post on the Velo Orange blog early last year, I've been interested in this super-compact, integrated axle road crank from Sugino. I hadn't been able to find anything more about until I saw a link in a thread on the WW forum, and now Sugino have official info about it on their own web-page here.
They are calling it the Sugino Compact Plus+ OX801D. The outer ring BCD is 110mm, but the inner ring can either be a 110mm or 74mm BCD! Stock ring sizes offered will range from 30-46 to 36-52, but these are standard BCDs so lots of aftermarket rings are available to customize the combination (although see my next comment). It has a 24mm integrated axle (and so is hopefully compatible with Shimano HTII BBs, the system certainly looks very similar). Q-factor is a minimal 145mm. Crank lengths are 160-175mm. Weight is listed as 787 grams (that could be with the smallest chainrings, shortest cranks, and without BB, but that isn't clear).
Sugino announced in May that the crankset would be available in June (see the News section at the bottom of this page). But I've been unable to find many other mentions of it online. I'm going to Eurobike on Friday and Saturday, so I'll visit the Sugino booth and hopefully they can tell me more. Until then, do any of you have more info?