Honda Transalp on a render of a Japanese magazine

Honda should present the new Transalp model at the upcoming EICMA fair.

And while the company has not revealed anything about the look and specifications of this machine, that has not stopped the Japanese magazine “Young Machine” from revealing how it imagines what the new Transalp will look like.

What we assume is that compared to the Africa Twin, they will be smaller, lighter and easier to handle. Connoisseurs of the situation suggest that the volume of its aggregate could be between 750 and 850 cubic meters. It is a new version of the parallel twin unit located on the NC750X, intended for true adventure mains. The most important thing for Honda is that the unit can be paired with a DCT transmission.

The Transalp is expected to stay true to its roots, with a rough exterior and an asia ready for an adventurous scent. This means that we will not have conventional telescopic forks, but better performance ones. There should also be stronger disk spikes.

It is very possible that Honda will opt for the approach that BWM and Triumph had with their F750 / F859, ie. Tiger 850/900 models. So, two variants of Transalp are waiting for us, one focused on drug management, and the other for the same ofround madness.

With all this in mind, we think Young Machine did a great job with the render. It is quite reminiscent of the NC750, but the elements of the Africa Twin motorcycle make this proposal much more realistic.


Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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