The New 2024 Honda CB750 Hornet Redesign
The New 2024 Honda CB750 Hornet. is now officially available with a completely new design. Equipped with a 750 cc class engine, this motorbike comes with a fairly aggressive design, starting from the headlamp to the rear body. The embedded features are not inferior to motorbikes in its class, plus again with the price offered is also very tempting…
The CB650F Hornet itself first appeared in 1998 and was very popular in Europe. It has a compact and naked sport design, very suitable for use on city streets. This background prompted the creation of a new middle class with the CB750 Hornet which took inspiration and direction from its ancestors but carried the brand The famous Hornet to this day.
With a design style led by the latest generation and creative thinking at Honda’s R&D facility in Rome, this bike was developed to appeal to young riders. The completely new two-cylinder engine delivers incredible power and torque and is equipped with a comprehensive electronics package. Quality Showa suspension height works through a new lightweight steel frame. The appearance is also concise in the style of a modern, all-sharp streetfighter.
The Honda CB750 2024 Hornet is also equipped with an Emergency Stop Signal (ESS). Where if you drive at a minimum speed of 56 km per hour and brake and decelerate at least 6.0 m/s2, the hazard lights will flash to warn road users behind. A feature that is also already found in other Honda 150 cc class motorbikes.
New style defines razor-sharp minimalism
Upright riding position for natural control
Customizable, 5-inch TFT display with shift-up indicator
Honda Smartphone Voice Control system offers Android and IOS smartphone connectivity
Indicators on the back display the Emergency Stop Signal and auto cancel technology.
Honda CB750 Hornet Riding Modes
Thanks to the use of Throttle By Wire, this bike offers three default riding modes, which can be selected via the mode switch on the left handlebar. Riders can also monitor riding mode information on the TFT screen. In terms of features, the Honda CB750 Hornet is not inferior to motorbikes in its class. This motorbike is equipped with three driving modes namely RAIN, STANDARD, and SPORT. As for USER Mode, there are three levels of adjustment for engine power, engine brake, and HSTC with Wheelie Control.
SPORT mode utilizes level 3 Engine Power, level 1 Engine Brake, and HSTC to provide maximum performance with minimal intervention
STANDARD mode is the intermediate setting which is level 2 for Engine Power, Engine Brake and HSTC
RAIN mode uses the lowest Engine Power settings, namely level 1 for the least aggressive power, level 2 Engine Brake, and level 3 HSTC
USER mode allows the rider to choose between 3 settings for each parameter and save the settings for the next ride.
Specifications Honda CB750
specifications The Honda CB750 Hornet is equipped with a 755 cc engine. This engine has a 2-cylinder, DOHC, 8-valve, liquid-cooled configuration.
For its own peak power, it reaches 67.5 kW or the equivalent of 91.77 PS at 9,500 rpm. As for the peak torque itself, it reaches 75 Nm which is achieved at 7,250 rpm. With this engine performance, the top speed of the Honda CB750 Hornet itself claims to reach 205 km per hours. There is also the option of an A2 license with a peak power of only 35 kW.
New 755cc parallel twin 8 valve unicam engine
Max power – 67.5kW @ 9,500rpm
Max torque – 75Nm at 7,250rpm
270° crankshaft and uneven firing order for maximum engine character
Patented Vortex Air Flow channel for optimal airflow
Assist/slipper clutch offers light lever feel and manages rear wheel hop on downshifts
23km/l fuel economy with a potential 340km tank range
Liquid-cooled OHC 4-stroke 8-valve Parallel Twin with 270° crank and uni-cam
Engine displacement 755cc
Bore x Stroke (mm) 87mm x 63.5mm
Compression Ratio 11.0:1
Max. Power Output 67.5kW @ 9,500rpm
Max. Torque 75Nm @ 7,250rpm
Noise Level (dB) Low – 77.5; Lurban – 73.5
Max Speed 205 km/h
Oil Capacity 3.8L
Carburation PGM-FI electronic injection
Fuel Tank Capacity 15.2L
CO2 Emissions WMTC 100 g/km
Fuel Consumption 23km/l – 4.35l/100km
Battery Capacity 12v 7.4Ah
Clutch Type Wet multiple, Assisted slipper clutch
Transmission Type 6 speed Manual Transmission
Final Drive Chains
Honda CB750 Hornet Frame
For the chassis itself, it uses the Steel Diamond type weighing only 16.6 kg. This chassis is combined with the up side down Showa 41mm Separate Function Fork Big Piston (SFF-BPTM) front suspension. braking system of course already using dual disc brake for the front and single disc brake for the rear
Frame Type Steel diamond
Showa 41mm SFF-BPTMTM USD, 130mm travel
Monoshock damper, Pro-Link swingarm, 150mm travel
Wheels Front 5Y-Spoke Cast Aluminum
Wheels Rear 5Y-Spoke Cast Aluminum
Tires Front 120/70ZR-17
Tires Rear 160/60ZR-17
ABS Type 2 channels
Braking 296mm x 4mm dual disc with Nissin radial mount 4 piston calipers
Single 240 x 5mm disc with single-piston caliper
Honda CB750 Hornet Dimensions & Weight
In terms of its own dimensions, this motorbike looks very compact even though it carries a 750 cc engine. The seat height itself is still below 800 mm, only 795 mm to be precise. Meanwhile, the weight of the Honda CB750 Hornet 2024 reaches 190 kg with a fuel tank capacity of 15 .2 liters
Dimensions (LxWxH) 2,090mm x 780mm x 1,085mm
Caster Angle 25˚
Seat Height 795mm
Ground Clearance 140mm
Kerbs Weight 190kg
Turning radius 2.7m
INSTRUMENTS & ELECTRICS
Instruments TFT screen
USB Type C
Auto Winker Cancel Yes
Security System HISS
Additional Features ESS, 4 Riding Modes. Read Also !