A true supersport unveiled by the premium Loncin brand
4-cylinder in-line 660 cm3, 100 hp, 0-100 kmh in 3.5 s, 240 km/h
As a premium and international brand under the Chinese manufacturer Loncin, Voge has experienced a rapid upscale, with its motorcycles increasing in displacement. This was evident last year with the unveiling of the 900 DS trail, powered by the twin-cylinder engine of 895 cm3 originally developed for BMW Motorrad.
In the same breath, the manufacturer took advantage of a meeting with its Chinese distributors to present its projects, including the initiation of a genuine supersport machine powered by a 4-cylinder engine of approximately 660 cm3.
The manufacturer has just taken advantage of the Chongqing Motorcycle Show to officially unveil the RR 666 S, which boasts a highly aggressive style characterized by a full fairing including fins on the sides and a very slim rear section. Additionally, a central air intake is featured on the front face.
As announced earlier this year, the heart of the motorcycle features a liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine with a displacement of 660 cm3. While exact specifications have not yet been disclosed, Voge still claims a power output of 100 horsepower and the ability to go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds. However, in terms of top speed, the brand now announces a maximum speed of over 240 km/h, up from 200 km/h.
As for the chassis, It features an inverted front fork and a central adjustable shock absorber, a steering damper, two front Brembo radial calipers, dual-channel ABS, traction control, a single-sided swingarm, and 17-inch wheels wrapped in Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV tires.
While Voge has yet to disclose the complete technical specifications, the availability and pricing of this high-end sportbike remain unknown for the Chinese market. Therefore, patience is required for any potential importation of this model to Middle East.
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