Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird concept by Kar Design Koncepts

 Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird concept by Kar Design Koncepts

Birth of CBR 1100 XX

In 1997 Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird was born. Essentially the CBR 1100 XX came under the category of Sports Tourer with no so intimidating stance. The CBR 1100 XX took place of outgoing outdated CBR1000F.

Honda’s entire objective to bring CBR 1100 XX on the scene was to bring a competitive model to stand again the Kawasaki ZZ-R1100. The ZZ-R1100 that essentially had a top speed of 176 mph (283 km/h) and was regarded as the fastest tourer on the entire planet.

However, things changed for Honda when CBR 1100XX Blackbird came on the scene that was capable to achieve the top speed of 180 mph (290 km/h).

Specs of Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird 

  • 4-cylinder in-line liquid-cooled engine with 1137 engine.
  • Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird carried 164 hp of power with 124 Nm of torque.
  • The engine was capable to achieve 7250-10000 rpm.
  • During the last few years the CBR 1100XX underwent many changes few among them were Speedo, Fuel injection was added.

Now we see the entirely new concept from the Kar Designs.

The Concept

The concept from the Kar Designs looks sleek and compact with Brembos at the front and possibly at the rear as well.
The exhaust looks very tidy and overall goes with the entire package.

The headlights are typical Honda style headlights that are expected to come with LEDs. The rider and pillion seats are too stylish and we see that they are made of high-quality leather.

Paint schemes are very effective. We give thumbs up for this concept from Kar Designs and hope to see this in production.

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