CFMOTO unveiled their latest MT-X Adventure Concept machine at EICMA 2023! Looking to be in a very late development stage, check out everything we know about it so far... PR: CFMOTO.
CFMOTO has debuted the MT-X CONCEPT at the 2023 EICMA show in Milan. The Chinese brand say that “this trailblazing motorcycle is set to take the famed ‘MT’ range to new heights, combining high-tech features with a bold and adventurous design.” Check it out…
The MT-X CONCEPT has aunique blend of graphics and colours. CFMOTO say that “the ‘octanium’ colour symbolises mature attitudes toward new challenges, while the Fluro accents pay homage to CFMOTO’s Moto3 racing efforts.”
Key Features of the MT-X CONCEPT:
- Full LED headlight on a muscular front end.
- A vertical 8in TFT touchscreen – inspired by rally bike navigation towers.
- Floating side wings reminiscent of iconic adventure bikes.
- 21in front wheel, high ground clearance, and increased suspension travel for conquering obstacles.
- Rear panels, a flat rider’s seat, and a slim tail showcasing its off-road DNA.
- A lower-positioned fuel tank for improved balance and riding experience.
“Every element of the MT-X CONCEPT is meticulously designed to provide riders with an unparalleled adventure experience. With the fuel tank placed at a lower position, the motorcycle’s centre of gravity is optimised, enhancing stability and performance across various terrains. This contemporary approach ensures that no adventure is too challenging for the ultimate Explorer Machine.”
“The MT-X CONCEPT reflects CFMOTO’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of motorcycles. It invites riders to define their limits and then shatter them, embracing the spirit of exploration and adventure.”
We don’t know a whole lot about the new machine from CFMOTO as they’re keeping their cards close to their chest. For more information and updates on the MT-X CONCEPT, visit www.cfmoto.com.au.
CFMOTO MT-X Concept
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