Honda CBR250RR Concept Revealed At Tokyo Motor Show 2017

  • 30th, Oct 2017 3:00 PM
  • Subodh Kumawat
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Honda, a Japanese two-wheelers manufacturer, revealed the CBR250RR custom concept at Tokyo Motor Show 2017. The bike gets a flaunting white-colored theme with the touch of slight red significance in bodywork, the overall theme-color gives a purposeful and picturesque appearance. To express intense motives about the bike, it has LED headlamps with red embellishment to extract out aggressive feel out of it. The glimpse of regular CBR250RR is clearly visible in Custom concept in form of tank pad, the carbon fiber rear fender, and Akrapovic exhaust.

In suspension detail, the bike utilizes upside down forks at the front end and a pro-link monoshock at the rear end. Front and rear both ends get petal disc braking system. The mechanical details about the bike have not been revealed yet by the company officials. It is expected that the custom concept of CBR250RR will get mechanicals identical to the previous regular CBR250RR.

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The Honda CBR250RR is equipped with liquid cooled, twin-cylinder and fuel injected a 249cc engine and the bike is able to churn out 38HP of maximum power at 12,500 RPM along with 23 Nm of maximum torque at 11,000 RPM. The bike has a six-speed transmission, dual-channel ABS, alloy wheels, and ride-by-wire throttle.