Honda has unveiled the CB-F concept, a 998cc from 80’s has been renewed and redesigned. This global model was brought to six-decades of CB models an iconic status and was one of the popular ones.
The concept definitely look borrowed from the 80s, styling has been offered with a round classic headlights, flat fish tail section and a boxy body, while the cascading exhaust gives a old school appearance. We hope that Honda puts this bike into production and manages to neatly integrate all the necessary elements required. With the overall dimensions the bike measures 2,120mm in length, 790mm in width and 1,070mm in height.
The 2020 concept will be getting few modern touches such as fully digital TFT screen and many more. It will be powered by a 998cc water-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, inline 4-cylinder DOHC engine paired with 6 speed manual transmission. The uncluttered look is helped by a single-sided swingarm and monoshock, neither of which were seen on Hondas back in the 80s.
This CB-F concept was announced on the Honda’s Virtual Motorcycle Show and 47th Tokyo Motorcycle Show which was suspended due to Coronavirus. Well to know more stay tuned.