Honda CBR250RR Twin Cylinder, Finally Appeared At The Tokyo Motor Show 2015
Had circulated in the form of a teaser photo, finally Honda CBR250RR Twin Cylinder officially appeared on the mat Tokyo Motor Show 2015.
Not only rows of cars, Honda Motor Co. Ltd. also presents the latest line-up of motorcycles at the Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan, Wednesday (10/28/2015). But of the many products, the most awaited for the Asian market is the Light Weight Super Sports Concept. A very strong rumor that states that this is the forerunner of Honda CBR250RR with a 2-cylinder engine.
Had circulated in the form of a teaser photo, Honda CBR250RR finally officially appeared on the mat Tokyo Motor Show 2015. Such as news circulated previously, the successor to the current CBR250R is eventually going to come to market with a machine that is really new. Leaving the 1-cylinder engine, now CBR250RR will carry a two-cylinder engine. This is indicated by two manifolds attached to the cylinder block.
In addition, Honda CBR250RR will also be equipped with luxury specifications such as LED lights with little hiding positions, front shock with up-side down type, and the arm-type banana in the hind legs. On images reported by Young Machine is also seen Honda CBR250RR is also going quite comfortable to use daily with a handlebar that is parallel to the tank, not undertake.
In an official release, referred that this bike has an aggressive character, shown from pointing headlights. Body structure is a combination of plane architecture, making it more solid. Coupled with black matte finish makes looks increasingly fierce.
If later the mass production version of the Honda CBR250RR twin-cylinder is going to embrace a design that is not far from this concept version, this motor would eventually be able to compete with Yamaha R25 or Ninja 250FI? What do you think?