Honda CB300 TT Cafe Racer concept was unveiled at the Bangkok Motor Show in 2016 and the brand has confirmed its entry into the production line this year. The concept received a very good response from the audience and the same is expected for the production version. According to the recent reports, the bike will be getting a different swingarm design and a new sub-frame though the bike will be ethically based on the CB300R.
CB300 TT is expected to be powered by the same 286cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, which is capable of producing a maximum power of 30HP at 8000 rpm with 27.4Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm. Though, the 6-speed transmission will be getting revised ratios to suit the CB300 TT Cafe Racer. The bike will be getting a much shorter sub-frame as compared to its siblings and will feature a single seat with a cowl that will be replacing the pillion seat.
The braking duties will be handled by a 296mm front disc brake and a 220mm rear disc brake. CB300 TT will come with 2-channel ABS as standard. The motorcycle will get upside-down telescopic forks at the front while the rear will be equipped with a mono-shock absorber.
In addition to the CB300 TT, the company is also planning to launch the CB300F in India after the implementation of BSVI emission standards in April this year. Honda launched the CB300R in the Indian market back in 2019 with an ex-showroom price tag of INR 2.42 lakh. The CB300 TT Cafe Racer is expected to be priced slightly higher in comparison to the CB300R, and it is expected to launch in India by the end of 2020 or in early 2021.
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