Colove, a Chinese automaker, has revealed design sketches for a new sports bike called the Excelle 400RR. Its engine was patented last year, as you may recall.
According to the images, it will have twin headlights, a windscreen, and an underbelly exhaust, among other features.
It will be powered by a 400cc liquid-cooled DOHC engine that produces 73 horsepower.
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What is the significance of this storey?
The Colove Excelle 400RR is expected to be a stylish vehicle with plenty of features and a high-revving small-displacement engine. It is expected to be very popular among Chinese buyers.
If the vehicle arrives on our shores, the luxury sports bike segment will become more competitive. It will compete against bikes like the Kawasaki Ninja 650.
The bike will have a single seat for the rider and LED headlights.
The Colove Excelle 400RR will have an aggressive design with a muscular fuel tank, fairings with vents, a rider-only saddle, a raised windshield, and an underbelly exhaust mounted on a trellis frame.
The motorcycle should be equipped with a digital instrument console, all-LED lighting, and designer wheels. It will weigh less than 160 kilogrammes.
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It will reach a top speed of 220 kilometres per hour.
The Colove Excelle 400RR is powered by a 400cc DOHC liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine that produces 73hp at 13,500rpm and 44Nm at 12,000rpm. The bike will reach a top speed of 220 kilometres per hour.
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Both ends will be equipped with disc brakes.
The Colove Excelle 400RR would be equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels, as well as ABS, to ensure the rider’s safety while on the road.
Telescopic forks on the front end and a single-sided swingarm on the back end will handle the motorcycle’s suspension duties.
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Excelle 400RR Colove: Availability
By the end of the year, the Colove Excelle 400RR is expected to be released. However, no information about the four-cylinder bike’s price or availability in India has been released.