Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade in Kardesign Covers

Kardesign Honda Fireblade CBR1000-RR

“What else would you want from a Fireblade, eh?”

Kardesign made a bike sketch of the Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade. The design rendering features a bodywork fitted with aerodynamic winglets, lightweight wheels, single-sided swingarm and drilled holes in the fairing.

We have to say that this is not the first time we look at Kar Lee’s of Kardesign Koncepts motorcycle sketches as we’ve written before about bikes like Kawasaki ZX-10R and BMW M1300GS which look awesome. And this time around, Lee created another cool looking bike namely Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade. Also, the bike designer made a bold statement regarding this bike saying “£10k off the price tag.” Now, that’s something most likely all Honda superbike fans would want when purchasing a motorcycle. But, let’s return to this motorcycle design rendering.

Kardesign Honda Fireblade CBR1000-RR

Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade features some interesting bodywork features which push the boundaries of the production model’s design even further. The motorcycle sketch still has the aerodynamic winglets like the current real ‘Blade bike, but this time it also features elements like a couple of drilled holes in the fairings. Furthermore, the headlight looks almost the same with the one fitted on the 2003 Honda CBR 900 RR model. So, this motorcycle design rendering is quite a mixture of old school and new school.

From a technical side, the Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade bike sketch features lightweight wheels and a single-sided swingarm which reminds us of past Honda World Superbike Championship race bikes like the RC30 and RC45. The two exhaust pipes look made from titanium and carbon fiber and are fitted under the tail unit. Nonetheless, the design rendering features Brembo radial caliper brakes and most likely Ohlins suspension.

Thumbs up for this  Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade motorcycle design rendering from Kardesign and we would like to see a Honda production superbike following the lines of this sketch, but most likely this will remain just a cool design sketch.

 

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