The Honda V4 superbike will be positioned above the Fireblade range.
The upcoming Honda V4 superbike has been rendered by the Japanese magazine Young Machine. The motorcycle will not be as exclusive as the Honda RC213V-S but will still have a limited production run.
The motorcycle will be powered by a V4 powertrain which can be traced back to Honda’s MotoGP challenger, the Honda RC213V. The Honda V4 is expected to get LED projector headlamps. The bike can be expected with integrated winglets for downforce.
The single seater motorcycle is also expected to get air scoops and winglets which will be aimed to make the bike aerodynamically efficient. The bike is also expected to get a single side mounted canister exhaust.
If the 2017 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade range’s price tag is anything to go by, the Honda V4 superbike will also be priced at a premium. However, it would not be as expensive as the USD 184,000 Honda RC213V-S.
The Honda V4 superbike is expected to be showcased in 2018 with a launch in 2019.
[Source: Young Machine]