At the Osaka Motorcycles Show, Honda has introduced or exhibited the already teased cafe racer Hawk 11.
Engine from the Africa Twin
As already suspected, the new Honda Hawk 11 is equipped with the 1,082cc parallel twin of the Africa Twin. However, performance data has not yet been revealed here, nor whether there will be a version with DCT. Three riding modes are available to adjust the power. In addition, a traction control and also an engine brake control are available.
Cafe Racer Look
The look is reminiscent of the CB4 Interceptor Concept. It is meant to fill the gap left by the discontinued CB1100. From a purely visual standpoint, the Monza fairing with the round headlight is particularly eye-catching.
It is equipped with an upside-down fork and a monoshock suspension strut. In terms of equipment, there is talk of lean angle-dependent ABS, cruise control, wheelie control and heated grips.
The all-digital display is said to feature a touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity and a navigation option.
Data to follow
On a dedicated website, the upcoming Hawk 11 can be viewed from all angles, as well as various videos about it. Two videos about the creation of the Hawk 11 will follow. Also the dates of the Cafe Racer are not yet known, only “coming soon” can be read here, so the current details have to be considered as rumors.
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