CFMoto is working on a new fully-faired version of the 300NK which is currently available in India and will be called the 300SR.
The motorcycle was spied, revealing most of its design. It gets an aggressive styling with a sharp front end that houses a split, full-LED headlamps flanked by unique-looking, LED DRLs. The fuel tank is muscular and the bike is likely to offer slightly forward-set riding position thanks to the raised clip-on handlebars. The 300SR features a raised tail section with a split seat setup and also features air ducts that add a sporty appeal.
It will come powered by the same 292cc, single-cylinder engine that does duty on the 300NK. This motor churns out 33.5bhp and 20.5Nm of torque. It comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. Moreover, the bike’s braking will be taken care of by single-discs on both ends held on by J.Juan calipers in place of the Brembo brakes showcased on the 300SR race concept. Meanwhile, suspension duties remain the same as the 300NK with inverted forks upfront and a monoshock at the rear.
CFMoto will equip the 300SR with a five-inch, full-colour TFT instrument cluster that displays a host of information and gets two different design layouts called ‘Sport’ and ‘Rain.’
CFMoto will globally unveil the bike at the 2019 EICMA and launch it in India by early 2020. The bike is likely to be offered in two colour options- a teal blue colour with black and green highlights along with a large ‘CFMoto’ decal running across the fairing and a full-black colour option. When launched, it will compete against the TVS Apache RR 310 and the KTM RC 390 in India.