Wednesday, September 30, 2009

2010 Honda CB1100 to be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, production plans confirmed

Back to the future: The Honda CB1100 'Customization Concept' (above) shows what you can do with the production-spec CB1100 (below). The bikes will be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in October this year

Honda have confirmed production of the CB1100 for 2010. The bike, which will be fitted with an 1,100cc air-cooled inline-four, will be officially unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in October this year.

In addition to the CB1100, Honda will also unveil the V4-engined VFR1200F, which will come equipped with the world’s first dual clutch transmission for large-displacement sportsbikes.

Finally, Honda will also show the DN-01 Touring Concept, the EVE-neo and EV Cub, their first electric scooters, and the CB1300 Super Four, CB1300 Super Touring and CB1300 Bol d’Or. Of course, there will also be the new VFR1200F, which is due to be officially unveiled on the 8th of this month. Sure looks like the Honda stand at this year’s Tokyo Show will be totally action-packed!

Promo videos for the new CB1100

From left: The 2010 Honda CB1300 Super Four, CB1300 Bol d'Or and CB1300 Super Touring

The 2010 Honda DN-01 Touring Concept

The battery-powered Honda EV Cub concept

The Honda EVE-neo electric scooter
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