Honda’s flagship Neo Sports Café naked machine 2020 CB1000R revealed at EICMA.
Honda has revealed the 2020 CB1000R at the ongoing EICMA and the motorcycle comes with few changes. It gets a new Metallic Matte Black headlamp surround, a silver racing stripe on the fuel tank, updated colours on the rear spring and front discs and a new Matte Pearl Glare White shade which is available in addition to the Graphite Black and Candy Chromosphere black colours.
It comes powered by a 998cc, inline-4 engine which produces 16% more power and 5% more torque. 143.4 HP comes up at 10,500 RPM while 104 Nm comes up at 8250 RPM. The Throttle-By-Wire offers 3 modes (Rain, Standard and Sport) and a USER setting which gives access to Power, Engine Brake and Honda Selectable Torque Control. A quick shifter is offered as an optional extra.
This motorcycle gets Showa SFF-BP at the front and a Showa monoshock at the rear. Braking duties are done by 310 mm double discs upfront and 256 mm single rotor at the rear. Dual-channel ABS is standard.
Honda is also offering the CB1000R+ which comes with factory-fitted accessories like a flyscreen with aluminium inlays, quick shifter, heated grips, single-seat cowl with aluminium inserts, aluminium rear hugger panels, aluminium front fender panels and radiator grille with CB1000R logo.
2020 Honda CB1000R
– The new bike comes with styling updates and more power
– Honda is offering new features with this update
– The bike is expected to be launched in India soon after global debut