Honda MotoGP RC213V at Auto Expo 2014; Images & Details


Honda RCV MotoGP motorcycle Auto Expo 2014 (4)

We reported LIVE from the recently conducted  Auto Expo 2014, where Japanese bike maker Honda showcased its RCV MotoGP motorcycle, along with some other international bikes such as the mighty Goldwing. CLICK HERE to read about Honda Goldwing

(Auto Expo 2014: Exhaustive Live Coverage – Images, Details and Reports)


Honda RCV MotoGP motorcycle Auto Expo 2014 (2)

The Honda RCV MotoGP bike that was showcased at the Expo is Casey Stoner’s championship winning motorcycle and sports Honda’s traditional Repsol livery. Powering this motorcycle is a 1000cc, V4 engine with a max power of more than 230hp. The liquid cooled engine has a DOHC, 4-valve per cylinder configuration. The top speed of this bike rated above 350kmph and the bike has a fuel tank capacity of 21 litres.

The RCV is 2052mm long, is 645 mm wide and is 111o mm high, along with having a wheelbase of 1435mm. The bike tips the scales at around 160kgs.

Suspension duties are courtesy Ohlins telescopic forks up front and Pro-Link Ohlins mono-shock at the rear. The bike gets carbon firer brakes from Brombo at front and a Brembo sourced Yutaka Steel disk at the rear.

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  • lol says:

    lol @kushagra

  • rt says:

    YOU ARE WRONG kushagra kumar. Motogp switched to 800cc engines in 2007 and was used until 2011- the year in which Stoner won the championship aboard the RC212V(used no.27). From 2012 Motogp raised the capacity to 1000cc and honda’s new bike was christened the RC213V and stoner used the No.1 plate. So this is the No.1 RC213v that stoner rode in 2012. For 2013, the livery and fairing has changed in 2013 a bit but other than that the bike is the same.

  • I corrected you guys last time as well, this is not the 213V, its the 212V. The RC213V is the current version that Dani and Marc ride, it's the 1000cc version. The honda ridded ben Stoner in 2012 (the one in the article) is an 800cc machine not 1000. It's the 212V.