Honda Africa Twin may get a great deal of critical updates for 2020, with more powerful and bigger parallel-twin motor motor which will meet the Euro 6 emission norms. The displacement is expected to go up from 998cc to 1080cc, with a power bump of 5 BHP, fuel tank expected to be of 20-litre, along with improved Dual-Clutch transmission.
In India, Honda’s Africa twin is much appreciated for its off-road capabilities and its unique automatic transmission but lacks in sustained highway cruising at high speeds. The 2020 model is expected to address this and will feature keyless ignition, and a new full-colour TFT instrument panel, Bluetooth connectivity for multimedia support, turn-by-turn navigation, and multiple device connections. This bike is assembled by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) and so far HMSI holds 150 units.
It will be showcased in 2019 EICMA show in November at Milan, but commercially it will be launched in 2020.