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The Chinese brand CFMoto has just presented a prototype on its social networks that has left us with our mouths open. Although we hardly have data on this possible member of the Asian family, its design and components they have made their intentions clear to us, to run.
The name chosen for the occasion is CFMoto SR C21 Vision Concept and we can only assure you that it will be a sports model. It is hoped that thanks to the agreement it has with KTM, it will use a propellant from the Austrian family to power itself as the CFMoto 800MT already does.
CFMoto SR C21 Vision Concept: sportiness on all four sides
CFMoto is a Chinese brand that is winning the public's favor by leaps and bounds with such good and exciting models as the CFMoto 700CL-X Heritage or the CFMoto 800MT. However, today has surprised us with a prototype That we weren't even expecting and that it comes loaded with very high-level components.
It is the CFMoto SR C21 Vision Concept, a concept that the brand has launched on its social networks with a very futuristic look and high-level technical solutions. We know, from its appearance and its nomenclature, that it is a high-flying supercar (SR, the letters that designate this type of motorcycle in the range).
Despite how impressive her picture is, we have no information about her, only what we can see in images. We know for the latter that its design is the most futuristic and that it does not follow any of the main lines of its range. We can imagine that it is a new collaboration between the design center Kiska Desing, which has also participated in the development of the CFMoto 1250 TR-G, and which is normally used by KTM for its motorcycles.
And it is that after the last collaboration agreement signed between both companies, we are sure that the heart that drives this beast also has to do with the Austrian brand. It would not be very unreasonable to think that to propel itself it used the same 799cc inline twin engine than its sister Gran Turismo. However, the 95 hp that it develops would be a bit short for its impressive imprint, in which we can also see two front wings that will have the function of sticking its front wheel to the asphalt.
Its cycle part is not far behind either. It seems that its chassis is made up of a multitubular framework with a single-sided swingarm, which we do not know if it is made of steel or aluminum. What we do know is that its adjustable suspensions are signed by Öhlins, its Brembo braking system and the exhaust outlets are made by SC Project.
The most premium brands on the market that are usually synonymous with fun and quality. To finish finishing off the set, use some tires Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa that will adapt perfectly to both a circuit and the road.
To find out whether this machine will come true or not, or if it will arrive in Europe we will have to wait for the next EICMA that will be held the last weekend of November in Milan. Until then we can only admire this work of art.