Japanese motorcycle manufacturer Honda has teased the CBR250RR in a video ahead of its global unveiling, which is expected anytime from now in Indonesia. The video gives some basic design glimpses of the motorcycle, which is developed as a more track focused model.
Showcased as "Light Weight Super Sports Concept" at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show in October last year, the production spec features similar razor sharp design of the concept. The 15-seconds video indicates that the CBR250RR will sport a muscular front fender, chiseled fuel tank, and ventilated disc brakes for both the wheels. It is expected to get ABS as standard and a throaty exhaust note via Akrapovic exhaust.
The CBR250RR is expected to feature LED head lamp and tail lamp, cruise control, a fully digital instrument cluster, upside-down front suspension and a monoshock rear unit. The CBR250RR is expected to draw power from a new 250cc twin-cylinder engine with estimated 35-40bhp of power mated to a six speed gearbox.
For the uninitiated, the CBR250RR is the track bred version of the regular CBR25R which is on sale in India. Hence, the motorcycle will also command premium pricing. When launched in India, the Honda CBR250RR will be pitted against the Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390 and the recently launched Yamaha YZF-R3.