As part of the Intermot exhibition, which ended in Cologne (Germany), Honda for the first time showed the new CB750 Hornet model, which became the successor to the CB650F motorcycle.
The design division of the Japanese brand in Rome was engaged in the development of the appearance of the motorcycle. The novelty got a sharply outlined fuel tank, which is a reference to the hornet’s wing, as well as a nose fairing with a sharp angle of inclination. A minimalistic tail is designed to crown the picture, designed to emphasize the sporty character of the model.
The CB750 Hornet engine was installed in a steel diamond-shaped frame. Its volume is 755 cubic meters. Cm and the maximum power is 67.5 kW (75 Nm). The low equipment weight (only 190 kg) allows the new Honda bike to demonstrate impressive characteristics for its class, but the developers have not yet called the exact figures of acceleration from a standstill to 100 km / h.
The onboard arsenal of the model included a five-inch color TFT screen, which has the ability to integrate with the voice control system of both a smartphone on the Android operating system and on iOS.
In addition, the CB750 Hornet boasts a wide list of electronic driving assistants, including 3 driving modes, a three-level adjustment of the torque control system, a rear-wheel drive control system, and much more.
Thanks to the 41 mm inverted fork Showa SFF-BP, as well as the rear shock absorber, working via Pro-Link, the motorcycle is able to demonstrate optimal maneuverability.
The Honda CB750 Hornet will go on sale before the end of this year. The bike will be offered in four color schemes at once (Pearl Glare White, Graphite Black, as well as Matte Iridium Gray Metallic, and Mat Goldfinch Yellow.