NEW HORNET FROM HONDA AS A STUDY AT EICMA | Honda's naked legend about to make a comeback

 With 900 and 600 cubic meters in four cylinders, the Honda Hornet was available between 1998 and 2005. At Eicma, Honda is showing a study with the famous name.

One of the wet two-wheeled dreams of the once 21-year-old chronicler was the 900 Hornet from Honda. With its little sister with the engine of the CBR 600 F, the big Hornet with the SC-33 engine of the Fireblade was at the top of the wish lists and approval lists in Germany. In 2021, Honda will give old dreams new images: a study of a new Hornet was shown at EICMA 2021.  Tribute to the Super Duke There are no details about this study. The white model was staged in a dark room with various plays of light. It is noticeable: If it weren't for "Honda Hornet" on the back, the study could be a Super Duke from KTM: Deep, pointed nose, high tank, broad shoulders, steep rear and a long swing arm are ingredients that KTM has been using for years is successful.  Not really a naked Fireblade It twitches in the fingers to see the new Hornet for 2022 or 2023 as a naked version of the current Über-Blade, the Triple-R. But in the context of which motorcycles are currently selling well, a bare blade is not the most obvious concept. A2-compatible mid-range bikes with 600 to 800 cubic in-line twin cylinders are very popular. A new model with a new twin would be good for Honda here, because Honda's middle class is powered either by the 650 four-cylinder or the 750 twin of the NC. Neither of them are state-of-the-art engines. A scalable twin that celebrates its debut in a new Hornet would be suitable.  CONCLUSION Finally: Honda is bringing the Hornet back! A strong name with a successful past based on a new generation of engines with two cylinders and different displacements could be the future of Honda in the middle class. The Honda Hornet will be more specific in 2022 at the earliest, and even later in series production.

One of the wet two-wheeled dreams of the once 21-year-old chronicler was the 900 Hornet from Honda. With its little sister with the engine of the CBR 600 F, the big Hornet with the SC-33 engine of the Fireblade was at the top of the wish lists and approval lists in Germany. In 2021, Honda will give old dreams new images: a study of a new Hornet was shown at EICMA 2021.

Tribute to the Super Duke

There are no details about this study. The white model was staged in a dark room with various plays of light. It is noticeable: If it weren't for "Honda Hornet" on the back, the study could be a Super Duke from KTM: Deep, pointed nose, high tank, broad shoulders, steep rear and a long swing arm are ingredients that KTM has been using for years is successful.

One of the wet two-wheeled dreams of the once 21-year-old chronicler was the 900 Hornet from Honda. With its little sister with the engine of the CBR 600 F, the big Hornet with the SC-33 engine of the Fireblade was at the top of the wish lists and approval lists in Germany. In 2021, Honda will give old dreams new images: a study of a new Hornet was shown at EICMA 2021.  Tribute to the Super Duke There are no details about this study. The white model was staged in a dark room with various plays of light. It is noticeable: If it weren't for "Honda Hornet" on the back, the study could be a Super Duke from KTM: Deep, pointed nose, high tank, broad shoulders, steep rear and a long swing arm are ingredients that KTM has been using for years is successful.  Not really a naked Fireblade It twitches in the fingers to see the new Hornet for 2022 or 2023 as a naked version of the current Über-Blade, the Triple-R. But in the context of which motorcycles are currently selling well, a bare blade is not the most obvious concept. A2-compatible mid-range bikes with 600 to 800 cubic in-line twin cylinders are very popular. A new model with a new twin would be good for Honda here, because Honda's middle class is powered either by the 650 four-cylinder or the 750 twin of the NC. Neither of them are state-of-the-art engines. A scalable twin that celebrates its debut in a new Hornet would be suitable.  CONCLUSION Finally: Honda is bringing the Hornet back! A strong name with a successful past based on a new generation of engines with two cylinders and different displacements could be the future of Honda in the middle class. The Honda Hornet will be more specific in 2022 at the earliest, and even later in series production.

Not really a naked Fireblade

It twitches in the fingers to see the new Hornet for 2022 or 2023 as a naked version of the current Über-Blade, the Triple-R. But in the context of which motorcycles are currently selling well, a bare blade is not the most obvious concept. A2-compatible mid-range bikes with 600 to 800 cubic in-line twin cylinders are very popular. A new model with a new twin would be good for Honda here, because Honda's middle class is powered either by the 650 four-cylinder or the 750 twin of the NC. Neither of them are state-of-the-art engines. A scalable twin that celebrates its debut in a new Hornet would be suitable.

One of the wet two-wheeled dreams of the once 21-year-old chronicler was the 900 Hornet from Honda. With its little sister with the engine of the CBR 600 F, the big Hornet with the SC-33 engine of the Fireblade was at the top of the wish lists and approval lists in Germany. In 2021, Honda will give old dreams new images: a study of a new Hornet was shown at EICMA 2021.  Tribute to the Super Duke There are no details about this study. The white model was staged in a dark room with various plays of light. It is noticeable: If it weren't for "Honda Hornet" on the back, the study could be a Super Duke from KTM: Deep, pointed nose, high tank, broad shoulders, steep rear and a long swing arm are ingredients that KTM has been using for years is successful.  Not really a naked Fireblade It twitches in the fingers to see the new Hornet for 2022 or 2023 as a naked version of the current Über-Blade, the Triple-R. But in the context of which motorcycles are currently selling well, a bare blade is not the most obvious concept. A2-compatible mid-range bikes with 600 to 800 cubic in-line twin cylinders are very popular. A new model with a new twin would be good for Honda here, because Honda's middle class is powered either by the 650 four-cylinder or the 750 twin of the NC. Neither of them are state-of-the-art engines. A scalable twin that celebrates its debut in a new Hornet would be suitable.  CONCLUSION Finally: Honda is bringing the Hornet back! A strong name with a successful past based on a new generation of engines with two cylinders and different displacements could be the future of Honda in the middle class. The Honda Hornet will be more specific in 2022 at the earliest, and even later in series production.

CONCLUSION

Finally: Honda is bringing the Hornet back! A strong name with a successful past based on a new generation of engines with two cylinders and different displacements could be the future of Honda in the middle class. The Honda Hornet will be more specific in 2022 at the earliest, and even later in series production.

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