Rumors are coming from Japan that Honda is finally working on a new edition of the Transalp motorcycle.
According to the available information, Transalp will use a newly developed parallel twin engine with a volume of 755 cubic meters, which will enable this middle-class motorcycle to be a machine of real off-road capabilities.
It is rumored that another model could get the mentioned unit, and it would be called CB750S.
Rumors often should not be taken seriously, but as their source is the famous Young Machine magazine, they also have credibility.
The Japanese brand has already registered the name Transalp for use in many world markets, which further fuels the imagination of two-wheel fans.
Earlier allegations have suggested that Transalp could have the same parallel twin engine as the existing NC750. However, the latest information denies these writings. Instead, the star should be a completely different unit, from which one should expect not only performance but also solid offround capabilities.
It is unknown when Honda could unveil the new Transalp, but given that the EICMA show is scheduled for late November, we may not have to wait long to see the new model.
The most famous and most prestigious annual event in the motorcycle industry is certainly the best place for the debut of the new Transalp.
Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.
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