While some time span is still there for the Honda CBR 250RR to get production ready, rumors are set in motion that the quarter-liter variant from the Japanese two-wheeler maker will benefit from the ride-by-wire technology, and thus provides better power delivery by replacing the conventional cable instrument. Besides this, another bit is also included here that the motorcycle will also be equipped with LED headlamps.
Sneak peak from the release of CBR 250RR at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 reveals that the bike will be more focused and a has higher mark of 14,000 RPM than the contemporary single-cylinder motorcycle CBR 250R. Though nothing has been revealed about the engine specs, but it is expected to employ a 250cc motor, mated via six speed transmission. Moving towards the design concept, the Honda CBR 250RR will feature an edgy, razor-cut design with multiple surfaces, a futuristic fully digital instrument console, LED taillights and probably LED headlights too. Suspension setup on the bike will be done by inverted telescopic forks up front and a linked ohlins monoshock at the rear. Braking duties are performed by petal disc brakes at both the ends.
The production cycle of CBR 250RR will probably enter in Indonesia by March 2016. It is unexpected that the motorcycle will reach to India. If Honda thinks about that, it will compete with the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 300, the Yamaha R3 and the BMW G310R.