Honda at EICMA 2023 Motorcycle Show

At the EICMA 2023 motorcycle show, Honda showcased an impressive lineup that included the revival of the CBR600RR Supersport, alongside the introduction of new models that demonstrate the brand’s commitment to innovation and performance.

The new Honda CBR600RR comes powered by a 599cc, inline four-cylinder, liquid-cooled DOHC engine, capable of producing 119 bhp at 14,250 rpm. Honda made a strong showing by releasing four new models at the event, underlining their significant presence in the European market.

In terms of their 500cc lineup, Honda refreshed the naming, with the CB500F being rebranded as the CB500 Hornet and the CB500X now called the NX500, although both machines continue to feature the same 471cc parallel-twin engine. The 2024 CB500 Hornet was unveiled with a futuristic and muscular design, which includes a single-piece headlight with a centrally placed LED unit and a Daytime Running Light (DRL) on the periphery.

Further expanding its range, Honda introduced an all-new CB1000 Hornet, adding to its naked bike offerings. This follows the success of the recently launched CB750 Hornet, signaling Honda’s growing focus on this segment.

Moreover, the Milan Motor Show was the venue for the public debut of the 2024 CRF1100L Africa Twin and its Adventure Sports variant. These models have received updates that boost performance and practicality, including a 7% increase in maximum torque which now kicks in 750 rpm earlier in the rev range, achieved through changes in the compression ratio.

Honda’s offerings at EICMA 2023 reflect a broad spectrum of motorcycle types, from supersport to adventure touring to naked bikes, indicating the company’s strategic approach to cater to diverse rider preferences and maintain a strong foothold in the motorcycle market.

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