Upcoming Honda Activa 6G Rendering Looks Realistic And Premium

Honda Activa 6G Rendering

Expect the upcoming Honda Activa 6G to feature a telescopic fork for better ride quality and fuel injected engine for improved fuel efficiency

We got the first glimpse of the Honda Activa 6G scooter via spy images in the month of March 2019. Although not much detail of the scooter was captured in that image as it was wrapped in heavy camouflage, we do know that it will get some exclusive new features. That said, IAB has created a new rendering of the upcoming Honda scooter that looks quite realistic and gives us an idea of what the new Activa 6G will look like when it is finally launched in the country.

As you can clearly notice, the rendered Activa 6G features telescopic forks at the front that replaces the spring-loaded hydraulic type shock absorber (its closest rival the TVS Jupiter gets a telescopic unit already). The addition of the new suspension setup will help improve the ride and handling quality of the upcoming scooter.

Apart from the front suspension setup, the rear profile will continue with the same spring-loaded hydraulic type shock absorber. To make the front profile appear more premium, the Activa 6G gets some chrome garnishes added to the front apron. Apart from the front profile, the side profile has also receives the same kind of treatment.

Besides all these new additions, expect the top DLX trim to also feature alloy wheels and a front disc brake. The base variant, on the other hand, will get steel rims and 130 mm drum brakes at both front and rear. The front fascia of the upcoming Activa 6G scooter will be revised as well.

It will get a redesigned headlamp and a revised layout for the speedometer. The rest of the information including odometer, trip meter, and fuel level indicator will be showcased on the digital screen positioned just below the speedometer. The Activa 6G will also feature a spacious glove box and an optional USB charger.

As far as the powertrain is concerned, expect the Activa 6G to be powered by an updated BS-VI compliant and fuel injected 109cc engine. This unit is expected to produce around 8 bhp of peak power and around 9 Nm of peak torque. Expect the updated engine to offer better fuel efficiency figures and improved throttle response than the current scooter.