This is Honda's most powerful bike in their CBR series and it is also known as Fireblade. CBR1000RR Fireblade gets an aggressive styling design but very much looks like an evolution of the previous models. Every part of CBT1000RR machine seems to be roaring for power and speed. Honda CBR1000RR looks glorious from every angle. Honda has done almost everything, what it takes to make an appealing sports bike. Front fairing is the most eye-catching thing in this bike which also houses two sleek headlights. The V-shaped tinted visor enhances the charm of this bike. The side cowl and fuel tank features new cool graphics which makes it look aerodynamic. Clear lens indicators are integrated in its rear view mirrors which are mounted on its front fairing. You will also notice the new pattern of 3-spoke aluminium wheels and disc brakes on its both wheels. For optimum mass centralization, there is an under cowl which seems to integrate in its extended side cowl. Honda has worked hard to limit its bulk to vision only. They have tried to take away as much mass as possible by redesigning every single part of this bike. The new light weight silencer is also an outcome of this process. The bike CBR1000RR looks tall when seen from the back and features new LED tail light. New oval shape rear side indicators and light reflector are integrated in its compact fender. Fuel efficiency of Honda CBR1000RR varies from 7-12km/ltr and these figures increases on highways. Honda CBR1000RR sports beefy 43mm inverted front forks which are fully adjustable and give you strong hold of this bike at high speeds. Rear suspension of this bike is one of its kinds. It was specially designed for Honda?s MotoGP racing campaign. It?s a unit Pro-link rear suspension which adjusts itself according to different conditions. CBR1000RR has been fitted with an 18-litre tank (four-litre reserve) giving it a range of 280km. It competes in the litre class with the Yamaha R1, Suzuki GSX-1000, Kawasaki Ninja 1000 and the Kawasaki ZX-10R.