One of India’s biggest two-wheeler makers, Honda has recently unveiled its new CBR1000R 2021 neo-retro super naked bike. The 2021 CBR1000R received some minor updates The bike has received a few minor updates which also include a Euro 5/BS 6-compliant powertrain, making it to pass the standards made for the Indian market.
Engine & Performance of 2021 Honda CBR1000R
The new CBR1000R is equipped with the all-new 999cc, inline-four-cylinder engine. This new engine has slightly higher rated power compared to the previous model.
The new engine produces a maximum power of 145 PS @10,500 RPM and a peak torque of 104 Nm @8250 RPM. Along with that, the engine redlines at 12,000rpm. Honda company has claimed that it reprogrammed the bike’s fuel-injection system, which led it to comply with the new emission rule without sacrificing its output performance.
Exterior Design of 2021 Honda CBR1000R
The new Honda CBR1000R features updated exterior design, giving it a fresher look compared to the current model in the market. The front-end of the updated bike features a new angular bezel headlight that has a short screen guarding the TFT display. The radiator frame and side plates shape are also tweaked to give a better exterior design. The bike is also equipped with w-spoke aluminium wheels.
Electronic Features of 2021 Honda CBR1000R
The new motorcycle will be equipped with some useful features such as three power maps, three engine brake maps, along with three levels of switchable traction control. Apart from them, the bike also features a conventional ABS unit.
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Suspension & Weight of 2021 Honda CBR1000R
The new Honda CBR1000R features an SFF-BP – Showa Separate Function Fork Big Piston – suspension system on the front side. Along with this, the rear-end features a matching Showa monoshock suspension.
The 2021 Honda CBR1000R has a 212 kg kerb weight.
Other Features of 2021 Honda CBR1000R
The bike also received a USB charging port along with Honda Smartphone Voice Control system as a part of a yearly update from the company. The voice control system will be somewhat similar to the ones recently introduced in the H’Ness CB 350.