According to the publication, the Japanese motorcycle maker is working on a new sport bike with twin-cylinder engine dubbed Honda CBR 250RR. It will join the turf war of twin-cylinder quarter litre bikes, Japanese bikes to be apt, which includes Yamaha R25 / R3 and Kawasaki Ninja 300. Although the competition has moved an inch upwards from exact quarter litre displacement to 300 cc, Honda has just found time to even double the cylinder count, which must be appreciated, for some reason.
Honda CBR 250RR, codenamed K64A, would be targeted at markets like Japan, Indonesia and the like, where entry-level performance sport bike segment is booming. India would also be an appropriate market for this bike, but given the brand’s hyperactive care for the sub-continent, we’d say the CBR 250RR will take a rain check this year.
At this point, specifications and features of Honda CBR 250RR are all speculative. That includes parallel twin engine, LED headlamps, underbelly exhaust, and the like.