The Honda CBR250RR might soon be joined by a new naked version.
Here's a rendering of the most powerful series production 250 cc motorcycle in a street naked avatar by MotoBlast. This variant has not been confirmed by Honda.
The Honda CBR 250RR gets a long features list helping it become a track-centric machine. Imagine all that in a naked street machine. Now that will be a perfect competition to the Yamaha MT25 and Kawasaki Ninja250. With a large sum of money going into the development of the CBR 250RR it makes perfect sense for Honda to use the frame and engine to spawn multiple motorcycles.
The Honda CBR 250RR’s parallel twin 249.7 cc mill has a revised output of 38.7 PS power delivered at 12,500 rpm and 23.3 Nm of torque peaking at 11,000 rpm. The newly designed frame made of steel has been designed to give the bike a perfect balance of durability, rigidity, balance and lightness. The gull arm type aluminium swing arm too can easily adapt to different style of motorcycles.
Honda also has the option of stretching the engine and platform to a tourer as well, but a high revving engine will not be at home for leisurely cruising.
But what will be the street naked be named? With the CB 250F name already taken up by the single cylinder version, the Japanese maker will have to put on their thinking caps again!