CFMOTO revealed the NK-C22 concept – Moto Berza

CFMOTO has revealed its NK-C22 concept, which brings a glimpse of the upcoming replacement for the roadster model of the NK line.

The company presented its first concept, called the SR-C21, a year ago, and it has since become the 450SR sports motorcycle. The NK-C22 has now been revealed for two reasons: as a glimpse into the next generation of the NK line and to debut the C-LINK platform.

Along with the NK-C22, CFMOTO has announced that it will launch up to 10 new models in the coming year. Of that, 4 will be electricity. The basis of the future electric offer will be the C-LINK platform, which will enable the models to communicate with each other, both hardware and software.

However, the NK-C22 concept attracted the most attention, with its aggressive appearance that shows that the company’s style will be further developed on the basis of the well-known KTM platform.

There is a slender “nose”, which is dominated by the headlamp array placed in the shape of the letter “Y”. The profile carries oversized armor and a clearly designed “hump”.

Let’s also mention the SC Project exhaust, which most likely will not be used on the production version. Basically, the appearance is partially similar to the MV Agusta Brutale motorcycle.

It is still not clear what she is wearing underneath. The current NK line is available in variants of 300 and 650 cubic meters, and we can say with certainty that the new generation will also have a 450 cubic meter unit, as is found on the 450SR. There could be room for a 700 cubic meter unit with the CL-X.

Although the design of the NK-C22 is quite impressive, it remains to be seen how many elements will be found on the production variant.

So the SR-C21 was praised, but the concept was eventually watered down into the 450SR we have now.


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