Honda CBR250RR Concept shows why we didn’t get the new CBR yet, because it should come with a 300cc to rival R3 & Ninja
Performance bikers rejoice. The Honda CBR250RR concept has been unveiled just ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show. The Honda CBR250RR Concept makes its debut for the first time in press shots after being rendered many times by Japanese magazines. Honda CBR250RR Concept takes shape well enough as per renders and looks very angry and edgy take on its rivals.
Honda has showcased several first things with the Honda CBR250RR Concept. The Honda CBR250RR Concept is set to have a twin-cylinder engine which is pretty much confirmed. Honda CBR250RR Concept version shows upside down forks, Akrapovic exhaust, new generation petal discs, pro-link suspension and Nissin brakes.
The Honda CBR250RR Concept, design looks stunning and if the remotely similar version of the bikes steps out into the market it will create a heavy demand for the motorcycle because it a Honda first’s twin-cylinder motorcycle in the small displacement category. The Honda CBR250RR Concept is clearly here to fight the Yamaha R25 and Ninja 250 which is sold in many Asian countries such as Indonesia and Thailand.
While the rest of the world is likely to get a 300cc unit of the current Honda CBR250RR Concept and will make even more horsepower and torque. Honda CBR250RR Concept will then fight against the likes of the R3 and Ninja 300 along with the segment leader, the KTM RC390.
Naked versions can be expected as we think as always Honda is late to the party and will do whatever it fight the competition head on. Power and torque figures are unknown but expect it to be in the ballpark of Yamaha R3 and RC 390 as the Ninja 300 lacks the punch in front of the competition by a small margin. The good news is, finally, Honda is here!