Honda CB1000 Hornet: Honda MotorCorp has introduced the new Honda CB1000 Hornet at the ongoing EICMA 2023 show in Italy. This new Honda CB1000 Hornet has been designed with a sporty look and powerful engine. Its aggressive styling resembles the Ducati Streetfighter. It can be launched in India in early 2024. Kawasaki and Yamaha are also going to be worried due to its strong performance and powerful engine.
Honda CB1000 Hornet Launch Date
New Honda CB1000 Hornet Design
Honda CB1000 Hornet The design features low-slung full-LED headlamps, fuel tank recess and tail section that looks similar to the 2017 Honda CB1000R. However, with this you get styling elements like two projector hand lamps and DRL on both the sides. Which gives it an aggressive style look.
|Expected launch in India in early 2024.
|– 5-inch TFT display with smartphone connectivity, Bluetooth, and navigation.
|999cc, inline-four-cylinder DOHC 16V engine producing 147bhp maximum power and 100Nm peak torque.
|Features Throttle By Wire (TBW), 3 default riding modes, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), and an assist/slipper clutch.
|Suspension and Brakes
|– Front: Showa 41mm SFF-BP USD forks.
|– Rear: Adjustable compression and rebound damping setup.
|– Brakes: Radial-mount four-piston front brake calipers with a 310mm floating disc.
|Three color variants: Grand Prix Red, Matte Iridium Gray Metallic, and Pearl Glare White.
New Honda CB1000 Hornet Features
Honda CB1000 Hornet 5 inch TFT display has been included in the features list. Which will naturally include smart features like smartphone connectivity, Bluetooth connectivity, navigation system. Apart from this, its standard features are likely to include call alert, SMS alert, email notification, speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, gear position, fuel gauge, service indicator, stand alert and clock to see the time.
New Honda CB1000 Hornet Engine
Honda CB1000 Hornet The engine uses a 999cc, inline four-cylinder DOHC 16V engine. Which generates maximum power of 147bhp and peak torque of 100nm. The Honda CB1000 Hornet benefits from mechanisms like Throttle by Wire (TBW), 3 default riding modes plus Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) and assist/slipper clutch.
New Honda CB1000 Hornet Suspension and brakes
To perform its hardware and suspension functions, it uses Showa 41 mm SFF-BP USD forks at the front and adjustable compression and rebound damping suspension setup at the rear. And in its braking setup, you get radial-mount four-piston front brake callipers paired with a 310mm floating disc brake.
New Honda CB1000 Hornet Color
Honda CB1000 Hornet It is being offered with three color variants. In which it will be launched in India with Grand Prix Red, Matte Iridium Gray Metallic, Pearl Glare White.