New Honda CBR400RR rumours are once again raising interest among fans of this two-wheeled. 

It seems that the machine is not only the target for the series to compete with other companies in line sport fairing motorcycles, but it should also increase the level of its performance.

However, some images circulating on the internet may confirm that a new model is still under development. 


And this comes from the Japanese Web Magazine Young Machine, which usually is not wrong when they provide the details of any bike.

Honda usually doesnt divulge any secrets, and bringing new CBR400RR meant it would be a direct competitor to Kawasaki’s Ninja ZX-4R.

If the rumours are correct, the new CBR400RR will get the same powerplant as CB400SF Super Four. 

However, now we see the patent image shows different details, and the engine looks like it is all new and separate from the original CB400SF Super Four.

If Honda plans the same engine to make it a Euro5 compliant, we would also see a new naked CB400SF and a new fully-faired CBR400RR.

So there are high chances that we will see a new CBR400RR; however, it all depends upon when Honda plans to bring it in production.


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