The new 2021 Honda CBR1000RR stands at the top of the motorcycling hierarchy. According to Honda, the upcoming bike will also be available as an ABS version, providing you the best ride ever. Generally, both models are looking spectacular, offering refined handling.
On top of that, the new Honda CBR1000RR is powered by a 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder paired to the new six-speed gearbox. Thanks to a new technology, it provides ten horsepower more than the predecessor. Honda also reveals that this bike will hit markets in the second half of 2021, starting at $16,500.
2021 Honda CBR1000RRDesign and Features
The design changes on the 2021 Honda CBR1000RR are minimal. Moreover, this time, the new bike features better headlights, taillights, and turn signals LEDs. The upcoming model is almost an inch narrower than on our previous-generation, and it features a high-density core. On top of that, the manufacturer, for the first time, uses a new TFT instrument display that’s lighter and easier to use than previous LCD. Literary, you can customize it and add any information that you want on the screen.
The CBR1000RR aerodynamic is improved, and Honda added a much slimmer tank/seat junction area, now more than 24mm trimmer. Honda also uses the same designed assisted slipper clutch that we saw on many MotoGP bikes.
The new 2021 Honda CBR1000RR uses a powerful engine. The proven 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder powers this model, delivering excellent performances. It makes almost ten horsepower more than the previous generation.
On top of that, Honda added six-speed transmission, with smooth shifting and a light clutch pull at the lever. However, in the same segment are many models, including some from Suzuki and Kawasaki, but either of them can’t deliver what Honda CBR1000RR can.
2021 Honda CBR1000RR Release Date and Price
The newest 2021 Honda CBR1000RR features better styling than the most model in its segment. On top of that, this bike is powered by a 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder paired with a six-speed transmission.
Honda recently revealed that the new version would be available to purchase in the second half of 2021, starting at $16,500. Moreover, the provided price doesn’t include a destination charge that cost additionally $500.