Thursday, September 20, 2007

Stunning new Honda Evo6, CB1100R revealed!


This is the Evo6, powered by the Goldwing's 1800cc, six-cylinder engine. Yes!

(From left) The Honda Evo6, the CB1100F and the totally cool CB1100R

Perhaps the best retro-styled cafe racer ever - the Honda CB1100R!

Honda are ready for the 40th Tokyo Motor Show, which will be held in Japan from the 27th of October till the 11th of November 2007. And right now, they're giving you a sneak preview of what you can perhaps expect from Honda in 2008! The prototypes you see above - the Evo6, the CB1100F and the CB1100R - stand a good chance of going into production next year.

The Evo 6 is powered by the Honda Goldwing's 1800cc, six-cylinder engine and is likely to be a powerful beast. If the bike is actually produced next year, we suppose that six-cylinder engine will be in a much higher state of tune than it is in the Goldwing - the Evo6 should have no trouble taking on the Suzuki B-King, or even the Suzuki Stratosphere and the Yamaha V-Max, both of which are expected to come out in 2009.

Both the other two bikes are powered by 1100cc inline-fours and while the CB1100F seems to be a modern interpretation of a traditional 1980s UJM, it's the CB1100R which looks totally, radically hot! It has that 1980s, Freddie Spencer era Japanese cafe racer cool and we so love this bike. It's just so awesome!

Also see:
Pics and specs: 2008 Kawasaki Ninja ZZR1400
What's the coolest motorcycle brand in the world?
First pics: 2008 Kawasaki sportsbike range...
2008 Kawasaki ZX-10R: Hot or not?
The awesome-looking 2008 Yamaha R1 revealed!
Kawasaki ZZR1400 Turbo: The quest for 320km/h!
First pic: 2008 Honda Fireblade CBR1000RR
The 2009 Suzuki Stratosphere 1100!

External links:
Yamaha also announce their Tokyo Show models...
Chinese motorcycles: Getting ready to take over the world?!
Tokyo drift: Amazing pics from Japan...


And this is the special edition 2008 Hannspree Honda CBR600RR!

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