Honda CBR250RR rendered with twin silencers
The Honda CBR250RR’s global unveil is just around the corner and a brand new rendering has emerged from Indonesia. The new image appears to have envisioned the actual product’s styling elements with reasonable accuracy.
The renderer has added red accents to the headlamp clusters, LED DRLs and fairing niches to some visual drama.
The bodywork stays true to the Lightweight Super Sports concept but the aggressiveness of the surfaces has been toned down marginally. Nevertheless, the CBR250RR as imagined by this rendering is very aggressive. The renderer has added twin silencer canisters which go well with the bike’s attitude.
The patent sketches strongly indicated that the production ready model would feature LED headlamps. Other salient features would include fully digital instrument console, ride-by-wire technology, multiple riding modes, clip-on bars, split seats, etc.
The teaser video revealed that the CBR250RR will feature a twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. Transmission is most likely to be a 6-speed unit. We expect the power output to be in the vicinity of 40 PS.
The Honda CBR250RR will employ upside down front fork and rear monoshock. Front and rear wheels will be retarded by a petal disc each. ABS is expected to be a standard fitment.
Likely to be made in Indonesia for global consumption, the Honda CBR250RR will train its cross-hairs on the Yamaha R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390, etc.
Honda Lightweight Super Sports Concept – Photos
Via – Motoblast.org