Based on Honda’s new 250 cc concept, which has already been branded as their upcoming twin cylinder CBR 250RR, Motoblast has come up with an interesting render of the production-spec version of the concept.
Keeping razor sharp design cues of the concept intact, the render of Honda CBR 250RR gets a racing red colour, instead of the all black finish seen on the concept. The front fairing is also left unchanged, and gets CBR 250RR stickers.
Other additions include, steel foot pegs finished in silver, under belly exhaust (instead of the Akrapovic exhaust). It also gets rear view mirrors, LED DRLs with twin projector headlamps, and side indicators protruding out of the fairing. Alloys, wheel and disc brake remains unchanged. All in all, the render by Motoblast, could not be different from what the production spec CBR 250RR will be.
Set for global debut at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show later this month, Honda is calling the concept as Lightweight Supersports Concept motorcycle. Not much has been revealed, apart from the single image. But Honda did say that the concept is designed with “Strong Presence” as its theme.
As far as the engine, it will be their newly developed twin cylinder lixuid cooled 250 cc engine, which could generate power in access of 40 PS. This will be good enough to take care of rivals like the new Yamaha R3.
Honda CBR 250RR – Renders
Honda CBR 250RR – Concept
Photos – Honda CBR 250R
Render – Motoblast.org