We do now have the third teaser. The aggressive stance, coupled with 745cc twin-cylinder motor is something to look forward. This 745cc motor will be the same motor used on the X-ADV.
Honda has again made sure about the high-end specs which may not turn you off.
And they are LED blinkers, headlights and taillight. The keyless start comes with remote control.
The air intakes look super aggressive and make it look like a colossal motorbike.
We could see the preset mappings on the dash, and the rider can easily use them.
- T denotes traction control
- D may stand for simple drive
- P for power
- Eb for engine brake
The dash will also display the gearbox indicator. The availability of Bluetooth connectivity is the much-added advantage.
Now Honda doesn’t stop here. We could also see Honda bringing back the NC range. The Forza 750 may take the place of outgoing Integra, and we may see a naked bike NC 75 S.
Both with Euro 5 alignment. However, we are still not clear about the Honda Forza 750 price in India.
On the other hand, Honda also plans to bring small-displacement Africa Twin, and there is a model which will help to do, and it is NC 750 X.
The NC 800 X will exit, and Honda X-ADV 800 shall take its place. Like the two other NCs, they come with 745cc twin-cylinder and 55 hp of power.
The Africa Twin 800 and X-ADV share the new motor which will be a 790cc displacement and have the same Honda’s dual-clutch transmission designed primarily for off-road rides.
The patents filed by Honda also show the new 850 motors will come upgraded on a large scale. And the drive gets more linear compared to its 750 twins.
Furthermore, patents also show that the new engine is to be integrated with Honda’s dual-clutch transmission.
So for 2021, we will primarily see a new Euro 5 Forza 750, an NC 750 S. The new NC 750 X will be Africa Twin 800, and the X-ADV 750 will be replaced by X-ADV 800.