Motorcycle manufacturer, Honda will make its CBR 600 cc bike following a reincarnation like the CBR1000 RR-R. The manufacturer is expected to release its CBR600RR-R in October 2020 while waiting for the Corona or Covid-19 virus pandemic.
Quoted from Webbike, the motorbike appeared on October 2 to 4 which coincided with the Thailand MotoGP event. Actually they want to release their new motorbike sooner than that month, but they have to be patient because of the Covid-19 pandemic that is hitting almost all over the world.
Initially, some media suggested a March 22 release, but unfortunately, that couldn’t happen due to Covid-19. So Honda adjusts and plans another schedule that is expected in October even though there has been no official confirmation.
The new Honda CBR600RR-R must of course comply with the emission standards currently prevailing around the world. This will bring the 600 back to the market as the previous model was hampered by new emission standards.
There is not much information on the specs and features, but many predict the bike will follow the CBR1000RR-R series design line with a new, lower-emission engine.
Like the CBR600RR variant, it is likely that the CBR600RR-R will carry a liquid-cooled DOHC 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 599 cc. Equipped with a Dual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI) ignition system.
For the fans of Honda motorsport, of course, can’t wait for it. Be patient and wait in October!