Honda has previewed images of the updated 2016 CB500F naked bike which will be premiered at the EICMA show to be held between 17 and 22 November in Milan, Italy.
Honda has left many things to imagination as the teaser images shows only headlamp and the silhouette of the motorcycle. The headlamp cluster features razor-sharp edges in design which is quite apt for the street naked bike segment. The picture also shows tank scoops in contrasting colours.
The silhouette teaser image gives a vague idea on the appearance. The edgy design of the headlamp cluster is carried forward in the body parts as well. The picture also indicates a chunky exhaust pipe.
Honda describes the motorcycle is armed with DNA from manufacturer's flagship CB1000R; the CB500F boasts of excellent maneuverability, a comfortable riding position and a versatile engine with great performance across the rev range.
A report in Visordown indicates the new motorcycle will features 16.7 litres fuel tank which is up by one litre, a pre-load-adjustable fork and LED tail and headlights. Additionally, the motorcycle will boast of an adjustable brake lever and a range of six vibrant colour options.
Honda will also showcase the updated Integra and NC750S motorcycles in 2015 EICMA show.