Bringing an end to months of speculations and more lately teaser images and videos, Honda Motorcycle has finally pulled wraps off the all-new CBR1000RR Fireblade at Intermot and the iconic litre-class looks sharper than ever, not to forget there are now two new additional versions over the stock model - SP and SP2.
Built for the 2017 model year, Honda's flagship motorcycle brand hits the 25th anniversary milestone, making the celebrations all the more special. While the Japanese bike maker has not revealed the specifications on the stock version, here is what the SP and SP2 have to offer.
Furthermore, you also geta fully touchscreen TFT LCD meter on the 2017 CBR1000RR SP and SP2 get a host of electronic upgrades like throttle-by-wire, quick shift assist,, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) with slide control and wheelie control and Gyro based ABS. The bike comes with a programmable Ohlins Electronic Controlled Suspension system. All the features are shared with the Honda's MotoGP RC213V-S race bike.
while power has been uprated by 10bhp to a 186bhp output for an improved top end from the 1000cc in-line four-cylinder engine that is now Euro4 compliant and also gets a revised cam timing. Honda has also brought in a host of electronics on the 2017 CBR1000RR SP and includes with a traction control system and engine braking management, while at the centre of it is a five-axis IMU.