If the force is to lead, a Jedi must lead. An Obi-Wan Kenobi joke that we used last year to write to you about the Vision K750, the sports car with futuristic lines presented as a concept at the beginning of January 2022 and which would soon hit the market.
Indeed, that moment has arrived the K750 has officially entered productiongenerally confirming the line seen in the first concept but with some changes stylistic-functional which have normalized its aesthetics, which recalls that of an Italian sports note.
Compared to the concept, the tail has been lengthened, the saddle better padded and there are footpegs for the passenger integrated to support those of the rider. The concept’s futuristic tailpipes have given way to a single exhaust that runs under the engine but remains within the hull, with a “salami slice” cut.
The hull is less elaborate, the deflectors on the lower part have been lost, as well as the through hole under the tank. The front has also changed, with less sophisticated plexiglass and a rhomboid-shaped headlight reminiscent of that of the Schiranna sports car, made up of small LEDs and enclosed by two brackets that act as daytime running lights.
Technically the Vision K750 mounts an elegant single-sided swingarm at the rear, on which a shock absorber works which we think is adjustable not only in the spring preload given that the upside down fork has on the heads the registers relating to the calibration of the spring and the hydraulics.
Confirmed the mechanical part, which features a 730 cc twin-cylinder in-line engine with approximately 70 HP, therefore in line with the possible Japanese competitors, Kawasaki Ninja 650 and Yamaha R7. And finally, the standard equipment is quite interesting: in addition to the front braking system with radial calipers and master cylinder, the K750 features call-free starting, a digital display that communicates with the smartphone and it also acts as a screen for the navigatorthe pulsating of the “4 arrows” and ABS as standard.
The price has yet to be defined, but the bike will arrive in 2023.
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