New Honda Hornet ready for presentation?

Honda will soon present a new version of its mid-range Hornet model, intended for the European market. This is confirmed by a teaser video published by the Spanish branch of the renowned manufacturer.

It emphasizes the historical popularity of the name Hornet, which has been a pillar of the middle class on the Old Continent for 25 years. The new version is long awaited.

With no indications that the new Hornet will be part of the 2023 line, there were no other details, but still enough. Not to mention that the sound of the new edition engine can be heard on the teaser.

Reliable sources suggest that the teaser is the new CB750 S Naked, and if the available information is to be believed, we expect a stylish look that will be similar to that of the 200 cc Honda Hornet Naked model, which is exclusively available to customers in India.

According to rumors, it will be a parallel twin unit with a volume of 750 cubic meters, which will launch the new Transalp. We emphasize that this is a completely new engine, and not a modified version of the existing twin-cylinder unit of the same volume, which is located on the NC750 line.

In addition to entering the European market, we expect it to be available on other markets under the same name. Based on what we saw on the teaser, we won’t have to wait long for it.

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