These restricted editions have Repsol Honda racing team-inspired graphics and design themes alongside vibrant orange wheel rims.
HMSI Managing Director, President and CEO Atsushi Ogata mentioned racing holds a particular place within the historical past of Honda.
“Since their collaboration, Honda and Repsol have continued the winning streak on race track and the recent 800th MotoGP win is a testimony of Honda’s racing spirit,” he added.
Ogata additionally mentioned celebrating this achievement, the corporate is delighted to unveil the Repsol Honda editions of Hornet 2.Zero and Dio for racing fans in India.
HMSI Director (Sales and Marketing) Yadvinder Singh Guleria mentioned, “With the launch of the limited edition Repsol Honda Hornet 2.0 and Dio, we are happy to transform Honda’s racing thrill on Indian roads for the MotoGP fans in India.”
The Hornet 2.Zero is powered by a 184 cc engine and is provided with twin petal disc brakes with single channel ABS. On the opposite hand, the Dio is powered by a 110 cc engine and comes with new options like telescopic suspension, engine start-stop swap, built-in twin perform swap and exterior gas lid, the corporate mentioned.