The Voge Infinity RR660 is presented at CIMA and becomes the RR666S, a true sports car with everything needed to stand out in the segment. Will we see her in Italy?
September 21, 2023
That the premium brand of Loncin, Vogue, had a sports car of around 650 cc in the pipeline, it was pretty well known and we had given you news about it before the summer. The model had the provisional name of Infinity RR660 and the data leaked from a Voge convention spoke of 100 cavalli of maximum power for the four-cylinder twin-cam 16-valve engine which spins up to 13,000 rpm.
A few days ago the bike was presented in its definitive version at the Chinese CIMA show, with the evocative name of RR666Sa very aggressive theme song that recalls “The Number of The Beast” and, beyond the book of the Apocalypse, the immortal song of the historic Heavy Metal formation of Iron Maiden.
In short, Voge doesn’t tell them and bangs his fist hard on the table with a very complete motorbike capable of reaching and exceed 240 km/h, with a first track ratio from over 100 km/h and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/ in 3.5 seconds.
Present the IMU and the cornering ABS with a front braking system sporting radial calipers Brembo, single-sided swingarm, exhaust under the engine, steering damper, Kayaba suspension, obvious aerodynamic appendages on the fairing and Pirelli tyres. For now, neither the curb weight nor the price has been communicated.
The material of the chassis is less clear (steel or aluminium?) and it is probably still premature to ask whether we will see it in Italy: the 4-cylinder supersport segment has suffered major blows following anti-pollution regulations and the market now seems to have oriented towards sports cars medium displacement 700/900 cc with affordable costs and performance around 80/100 horsepower, distant relatives of the 110 and over horsepower that the latest 600 cc boasted.
To date, the only “road legal” 600 cc supersport that we are waiting for in Europe is the Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R four cylinders of 636 cc which produces, with the Ram Air system under pressure, 129 horses at 13,000 rpm.