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Honda CX 01
Honda CX 01 Overview
The all-new Honda CX 01 is the new-gen concept bike which is the first-ever bike model manufactured by Honda R&D India at the Manesar production plant of the company. Equipped with a 249.6cc liquid-cooled engine, the Honda CX 01 derives its style inspiration from the standard Honda CB Hornet 160R. The engine of the bike is expected to generate an overall power of 25 BHP along with 23 Nm of peak torque. The liquid-cooled engine of the bike is mated to a 6-speed transmission gearbox.
The bike features excellent braking specifications with the presence of the single disc brake both at the front as well as at the rear ends. In case the bike was a production model, then it would have competed against the Benelli TNT 250 as well as the KTM 200 Duke bike models. The bike Honda CX 01 has already snatched the awareness of several automotive admirers owing to its hostile styling and excellent body structure.
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