Honda is going to unveil the Concept CB Type II at the 32nd Osaka Motor Show in Japan, this week. This litre-class modern classic will be a decked up and sportier version of the Concept CB.
The Concept CB, which broke cover at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show, is a new and improved version of the CB 1100 production model; a take on how a modern-day classic should look like. The round headlamps, retro gauges, spoke wheels and the chromed engine and exhaust system hark back to the heritage Honda CB model of the 1980s. While some might consider the Concept CB to be too plain vanilla, Honda plans to take care of that with the Concept CB Type II. Based on the standard Concept CB, the Type II will be a sportier and faired version of the streetfighter, a throwback to the classic supersports bikes of the yesteryears.
Apart from the Concept CB Type II, Honda will also showcase the City Adventure and the Africa Twin Adventure Sports Concept at the annual motorcycle store. Also debuting at the show would be a host of production models and MY updates for its existing line-up.