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Honda Hornet new details leaked!

28 September 2022, 02:26 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Honda Hornet new details leaked!

- To be powered by a new parallel-twin motor

- Unveiled slated for 2023

- The same engine will be used for the Transalp

Since its first digital teaser in November 2021, Honda has been gradually revealing new details of its upcoming streetfighter, the Hornet 750. The bike's slated to arrive in 2023 and here are some further details of it revealed from a recently leaked type approval document. 

With the intent of boasting a compact build, the Honda Hornet 750 will have a wheelbase of 1419mm (closer to the current DucatiMonster) and a weight of 190kg. For reference, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 tips the scales at 195kg. Meanwhile, the handlebar measures 779cm. These numbers indicate that the Hornet 750 could be an agile motorcycle focused on sporty handling. 

Honda  Engine From Right

Honda will plonk a 755cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine with the output rated at 90.5bhp and 74.9Nm. It’ll be the same motor that Honda plans to use for its upcoming ADV, Transalp 750. It’ll be mated to a six-speed gearbox. Compared to the company’s current 745cc parallel-twin engine which is focused more on the economy with its 58bhp output, the new 755cc mill is oriented towards performance. Even the design teasers reveal that the new Honda streetfighter could feature a sharp design to entice the youth. 

You can expect the Hornet 750 to feature a decent package of rider aids, ideally TFT, ABS, traction control, and riding modes. It’s also expected to ride on 17-inch alloys with a dual front disc and a single rear disc. Once launched, the Honda Hornet 750 will have the Triumph Street Triple 765, Ducati Monster, and the likes in its crosshair.

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