Honda CBR650F Based Two Super Scrambler Concepts Could Emerge As Production Model

Last year showcased at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Honda CBR650F based two super Scrambler concepts- the Honda CB4 and the Honda CB Six50 could reportedly turn into the production models.

As per sources in Indonesia, they have seen the patents of these two bikes filed for the Honda production purposes. Radically based on the popular middleweight machine-the CB650, these two heavily re-styled concepts powered by the identical powertrain of the CB650. Back to the 2015 EICMA, Chief Designer Valerio Aiello’s quoted saying,“Both are realistic concepts to put into production.” clearly indicates, the company could roll out these concepts whenever it will be passing through the bad phase.

Honda CB4 Concept Model

Apparently, The CB4 concept, is a naked roadster which radically resembles similar to the Ducati Monster from various angles. Painted in white and black with some red accents on the calipers, the bike is adorned with a unique single sided swing arm fitting. The other features include minimal seat, twin piggy back exhausts, wider handlebars with bar end side mirrors, massive fuel tank that improvise the bike’s street look. On the front, the CB4 model comprises a retro styled round headlamp instead of rectangular unit placed on the CB Six50.

Honda CB Six50 front

Capable to run on to any terrain surface, the Concept CB Six50 gets guard on handlebars, a skid plate to protect engine components, an orthodox swing arm along with the rectangular mirrors and headlight.

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Well, these bikes rumored to be turn into the production models, the information regarding the launch of these bikes is not being revealed officially by the Honda. Whenever launch, the chances of their India launch are much less as the giant has not introduced its other special motorcycle, the Honda Grom here. Rest can be ensured after any official announcement by the company.

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