QJ Motor plans to launch a 600cc 4-cylinder Sport Bike

QJ Motor is the parent company of Benelli and the Chinese partner of both MV Agusta and Harley-Davidson. It has built a global network over the years. In addition, the brand is strengthening its competitive advantage with its entry into Moto3, and now it seems that the brand is ready to introduce a new model in the form of an inline four-cylinder sports bike that will be revamped based on the TNT 600. been designed.  They share the same chassis, engine and equipment. The QJ Motor 600RR, the company's latest sports bike, uses a Benelli TNT 600i frame and a 600cc inline four-cylinder engine.  The name to be used will be the new QJ Motor 600RR, a facelift sporting a full fairing, which has now increased demand for sports cars in the Chinese market. In the future, QJ Motor will compete with the Moto3, called Avintia Esponsorama, developed with the QJ Motor-backed KTM RC250GP.  The 600cc sports bike is believed to have been upgraded to a 650cc engine and will have a completely revised exhaust system to make it lighter and make more horsepower.   Interesting features include a 5-inch TFT screen, keyless entry, Brembo brakes, Marzocchi front suspension, all made and developed in Italy. Newly assembled in China.

QJ Motor is the parent company of Benelli and the Chinese partner of both MV Agusta and Harley-Davidson. It has built a global network over the years. In addition, the brand is strengthening its competitive advantage with its entry into Moto3, and now it seems that the brand is ready to introduce a new model in the form of an inline four-cylinder sports bike that will be revamped based on the TNT 600. been designed.

They share the same chassis, engine and equipment. The QJ Motor 600RR, the company's latest sports bike, uses a Benelli TNT 600i frame and a 600cc inline four-cylinder engine.

The name to be used will be the new QJ Motor 600RR, a facelift sporting a full fairing, which has now increased demand for sports cars in the Chinese market. In the future, QJ Motor will compete with the Moto3, called Avintia Esponsorama, developed with the QJ Motor-backed KTM RC250GP.

The 600cc sports bike is believed to have been upgraded to a 650cc engine and will have a completely revised exhaust system to make it lighter and make more horsepower. 

Interesting features include a 5-inch TFT screen, keyless entry, Brembo brakes, Marzocchi front suspension, all made and developed in Italy. Newly assembled in China.

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