Honda Motorcycles Australia has revealed pricing for its all-new 2020 Honda CBR1000RR-R SP Fireblade, which is due for arrival in the second quarter of next year.
The SP variant, to sole model to be brought into Australia in HRC-inspired Grand Prix Red and Matte Pearl Black colourways, will be priced at MLP $49,999, with pre-orders now being taken at dealerships across the country.
Heavily inspired by the RC213V MotoGP machine and its street-legal RC213V-S counterpart, the 2020 CBR1000RR-R SP is powered by the most powerful inline four-cylinder engine that Honda has ever made.
Sharing the same bore and stroke as the RC213V-S, the 2020 CBR1000RR-R SP delivers maximum power of 160kW at 14500rpm and peak torque of 113Nm at 12500rpm while tipping the scales at only 201kg.
It utilises a cutting-edge aerodynamic package – also influenced by HRC’s multiple championship-winning RC213V – works in tandem with a new Bosch six-axis IMU.
The SP model boasts a new 43mm Ohlins NPX front fork that replaces the NIX fork of the previous model and second-generation Ohlins Object Based Tuning interface (OBTi) offers finer control of settings front and rear. The front discs are larger in diameter and worked by new Brembo Stylema four-piston calipers while the ABS is adjustable for track riding.
For more information, visit www.motorcycles.honda.com.au.