Almost the same time last year, Honda unveiled the 2020 edition of its neo sports cafe Neo Sports Cafe flagship, the CB1000R, which received a minor facelift. That iteration of the minimalist roadster came equipped with a DOHC liquid-cooled in-line-four cylinder engine, capable of 143hp at 10,500rpm and 104Nm of torque at 8,250rpm.
Now, Honda Motorcycles Europe recently uploaded on YouTube a teaser for the 2021 CB1000R, which is slated for a November 10 launch. While the video did a good job of not revealing too much, the upcoming model looks sleek and stunning based on its sillhouette and all-black finish.
Check it out below: