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New Horex VR6 weeks away from production

Reborn German manufacturer Horex is about to enter the first production stages of the all-new VR6 Roadster which has a series of innovations including a clever and compact 1218cc six-cylinder engine. It's taken the firm just 18 months to go from an initial launch of the new company and the presentation of a concept bike at the Cologne bike show in...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (24 February 2012 13:54)

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wings1372

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wings1372 says:

Sound

I'd love to here this bike, 6 cylinders usually sound very nice in cars so in a  bike.. could well be music to the ears.

 

MCN please post up a video of this bike running and being revved.

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snev

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snev says:

How Much????

Can't remember that price being mentioned a year ago.

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easytargets

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easytargets says:

Lord Herex?

Could this be the German Hesketh? Over engineered, over priced and irrelevant. Probably the only customers will be rich German patriots.

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

It's probably too cheap

It's just within the range where buyers might expect to be able to ride it, rather than condemn it permanently to a climate controlled basement full of investments, or (more likely) a workshop.  Bump it to £30K+ and it'd be more obvious that it's a work of art intended to be shown off to you merchant banker chums then sold on in order to buy a painting done by a monkey.

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