The new Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade is still about a year away from being unveiled but the folks at MCN did not want you to wait that long. So they artistically imagined the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade and posted images of what they believe the motorcycle would look like. The render is based on the leaked patents.
The motoring magazine believes that the new 2017 Fireblade will get a facelift that will bid adieu to the twin headlight setup for what appears to be a Fireblade 954 inspired unit. The headlight will reportedly be divided in four clusters and will come equipped with LED illuminators. The designers also believe that the 2017 model will get an RAM intake above the headlight. Moreover, apart from the design details, company insiders have revealed some more details about the upcoming superbike.
The superbike will reportedly get a sharp design and will come equipped with sophisticated mechanicals such as electronically adjustable Ohlins suspension. The safety package on the new motorcycle is said to be comprised of latest C-ABS system, traction control and anti-wheelie. The engine will also get an updated fuel injection system which will be aimed at delivering better power and torque delivery. The engine feedback will be further improved with ride-by-wire.
As aforementioned, the latest set of images of the the Honda Fireblade are the artistic renders that are based upon insider information. We would have to wait for a bit longer for Honda to reveal its new litre-class and its mechanical details.
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