Honda Motor Co. Ltd. unveiled the picture of the vehicles to be shown at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, which is due to begin on 29 October.
Among the many vehicles, the 'Light Weight Super Sports Concept' stands out as it seems to be the prototype of the new Honda CBR250RR supersports motorcycle.
Honda claims the vehicle is designed with stress on strong presence. In a statement, the automaker stated that the super sport concept model features a look that possesses a sense of speed derived from its long nose and low crouching position.
A closer look at the released picture indicates that the motorcycle will be powered by a parallel-twin engine. The bike features upside-down forks that will give advantage to Honda over the rivals of Kawasaki, Yamaha and KTM. The motorcycle features disc at front and rear wheels and there is a trellis frame behind that sharp bodywork
The overall design shows sharp edges and athletic stance emphasising the aggressive look. The look is further complemented by the exterior featuring matte-black-based low-contrast graphics. Additionally, an Akrapovic exhaust system can be seen underlining a raucous exhaust note.
When launched in India as a production model, the Honda CBR250RR will be pitted against the Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390 and recently launched Yamaha YZF-R3.