Chinese manufacturer Voge will be introducing its jaw-dropping Infinity RR 660 later this year. Rumours are that this middleweight punches above its weight with its performance!
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Motorcycle manufacturer from China, Voge seems to have plans to introduce an inline 4-cylinder sportsbike soon. We can expect the launch later this year.
Several photos of the distributor’s conference presentation went viral around the end of last month, leaking some information about the bike.
The sportsbike, Voge Infinity RR 660 (2023), looks more sporty in comparison with the Voge RR 525 and Honda CBR650R.
The Voge Infinity RR 660 (2023) will use a 660cc liquid-cooled DOHC 4-stroke 16-valve 4-cylinder in-line powertrain with a fuel injection (FI) system. The engine used is capable of reaching revs as high as 13,000rpm and a power of over 100hp.
The time required for 0-100km/h speed is 3.5 seconds, while the maximum speed is over 200km/h.
Sources report that Chinese manufacturer Loncin produced the 660cc engine. The engine is about 10 per cent lighter than the Honda 650 series powertrain and other competitors in the same segment.
Voge’s presentation document shows the sportbike uses a twin disc brake system with 4-piston Brembo callipers. It also comes with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) and a Traction Control System (TCS).
The suspension system uses telescopic forks (front) and Kayaba adjustable monoshock (KYB) at the back with a side swingarm. Information about the price of the bike is yet to be available.