At the recently finished EICMA show in Milan, QJ Motor, a Chinese manufacturer of two-wheelers, unveiled the new SRK1000 RC concept. It has an engine that was taken from an MV Agusta motorbike, extremely high-end parts, and a striking design that was made by QJ’s Italian team.+
To put it mildly, the QJ SRK 1000 RC concept looks amazing. Brawny fuel tank, chiseled upswept tail section, and long yet thin twin-pod headlamp all fit together well in a crisp, angular, and layered fairing. The motorcycle’s single-sided swingarm, twin stubby exhausts hidden beneath the tail, and diamond-cut alloy wheels are just a few features that add to its allure.
A 1,078cc inline four-cylinder engine with a peak torque output of 112Nm and over 146 horsepower powers the design. This is basically an upgraded version of the motor found on the MV Agusta Brutale 1090 RR. Interestingly, the performance figures pale in comparison to other contemporary liter-class sportbikes with power outputs over 200 horsepower, such as the Ducati Panigale V4 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R. That being said, the bike components are quite high-end, featuring Pirelli Rosso Corsa tires, Brembo Stylema brake callipers, and Ohlins suspension.
It’s possible that the QJ SRK 1000 RC production model may be revealed at some point in 2019. Furthermore, there is very little possibility that it will ever reach India.