Honda has released a new teaser for its next adventure bike

We have already talked about the development of a compact motorcycle Honda 2 Wheelers India. The company released the first trailer just a few days ago, but there is now another trailer that gives more information on what to expect from the next product.

The new Honda Adventure Bike was released on August 19, 2021, and may be based on the Hornet 2.0. A new teaser video introduces an enhanced steering system for a more comfortable driving position. The bike also features an improved seat and a two-piece passenger handle for added comfort.

The trailer video above shows a Bumblebee 2.0-style face with similar LED headlights, and the next bike is also expected to be equipped with a half fairing. Travel adventurers will also be equipped with knuckle guards with integrated turn signals and a full screen. You need to see whether the knuckle shield is standard or specific to the top variant. The next product is likely to be a smooth road vehicle that can be used alternately between daily city trips and weekend excursions.

Nothing is known about mechanics at the moment, but the next Honda adventure wagon may share bicycle parts with the Hornet 2.0. Power is expected to come from a 185cc single-cylinder engine. In the Honda Hornet 2.0, the maximum torque of this engine is 17.03 horsepower and 16.1 Nm.

The power figures may be the same, and the transmission ratio of the 5-speed gearbox may also be the same. Other hardware will include a dollar fork at the front and a single shock absorber at the back. The disc brakes at each end will be equipped with single-channel ABS as standard. You need to see if the suspension will adjust for more travel.


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