Recent reports suggested that the Honda are working on a new CBR600RR-R. Rumours have it that it will follow the Fireblade's design language.

It’s been four years since the last iteration of the CBR 600 was discontinued from the market. Finally after a wait of four years the wait has finally come to an end.

According to a Japanese automotive magazine, the baby Fireblade could launch at the Thai MotoGP scheduled to take place on October 2 to 4, 2020. Reports suggested that the model was to be unveiled earlier this year but that due to the pandemic, Honda had to change its timeline. This would be consistent with the MotoGP event’s new dates. The Thai Grand Prix was originally set to take place on the weekend of March 22 before the organizers announced it had to be postponed to October because of the health crisis.

The new model will also meet the latest European Emission standards. In 2016, Honda decided to discontinue the CBR 600 sale instead of updating it with newer emission regulations. And the ‘not so great’ sales figures meant Honda had to go back to drawing board and come up with a complete overhaul.

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