Honda drops a bomb. Releases this prototype image of upcoming CBR 250RR for the first time

by Motorcykle Staff on September 30, 2015

Yamaha YZF-R3 to get an aggressive competition in the market soon. Honda had just confirmed the unveiling if it’s new 250cc sportbike concept at Tokyo motor Show this November.

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Honda has released a press statement regarding the new model, which might be named “CBR 250RR”:

Designed with the key phrase strong presence, this next-generation super sport concept model and features a look possessing a sense of speed that comes from its long nose and low crouching position. The combination of a plane architecture, which indicates the sense of hardness and solidity, and sharp edges emphasize the aggressive look of this model. Moreover, the exterior featuring matte-black-based low-contrast graphics expresses beauty and the remarkable form.

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The bike in the image suggests that the production model will come with Trellis frame, USD forks, petal disc and a parallel twin 250cc/300cc engine and probably would be engineered to be sold in Europe and Asia simultaneously. We just can’t wait.

Make way KTM & Yamaha.

News and Image Source: visordown.com

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