Honda RC213V-S

Expected Price

₹ 135,00,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant Honda RC213V-S
Current Status Upcoming
Body Type Sports
Fuel Type Petrol
Price in India Honda RC213V-S is expected to be priced around INR 135,00,000 in India (ex-showroom).
Top Speed 299+ kmph
Shades Red/Blue/White - Tri-color, Black
Official Tagline Absolute MotoGP Machine for the Street
Vehicle Overview Honda RC213V-S is a road legal version for the Honda MotoGP racer that is built exactly on the same design but added with features like headlight, rear view mirrors and exhaust system. It is powered by 999cc, inline-4 engine producing 156.8 BHP at 11000 rpm and 102 Nm at 10500 rpm. It weighs just 188 kg and claims a top speed of 299+ kmph. It uses premium components like Ohlins front, rear suspension and Brembo brakes with anti-lock braking system. Marchesini wheels with Bridgestone RS10 rubber makes it a really effective on the road.
Engine Description Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 4-valve DOHC V-4
Fuel System PGM-DSFI electronic fuel injection with f48mm throttle bodies
Displacement 999 cc
Maximum Power 156.8 HP @ 11000 rpm
Maximum Torque 102 NM @ 10500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 4
Ignition Full transistor, battery ignition
Compression Ratio 13.0
Bore 81.0 mm
Stroke 48.5 mm
Cylinder Configuration 180-degree twins
Valve System DOHC
Number of Gears 6
Clutch Dry, multiplate with coil spring
Gear Ratios 1st - 2.125, 2nd - 1.647, 3rd - 1.368, 4th - 1.217, 5th - 1.100, 6th - 1.032
Primary Reduction Ratio 1.933
Secondary Reduction Ratio 2.471
Front Brake f320 x 5.5 mm dual hydraulic disc (YUTAKA) with 4-piston calipers and m/c (Brembo)
Rear Brake f220 x 5 mm hydraulic disc (YUTAKA) with 2-piston caliper (Brembo) amd m/c (Nissin)
Front Tyre 120/70 ZR17 M/C Bridgestone RS10
Rear Tyre 190/55 ZR17 M/C Bridgestone RS10
Front Wheel 7-spoke forged magnesium (Marchesini)
Rear Wheel 7-spoke forged magnesium (Marchesini)
Front Suspension Telescopic with gas-charged TTX25 (Öhlins) spring preload ,compression and rebound damping adjustment
Rear Suspension Pro-Link with gas-charged TTX36 (Öhlins) spring preload, compression and rebound damping adjustment
Frame Diamond
Front Wheel Travel 130mm
Rear Wheel Travel 64mm
Overall Length 2100 mm
Overall Width 790 mm
Overall Height 1120 mm
Ground Clearance 120 mm
Seat Height 830 mm
Wheelbase 1465 mm
Dry Weight 170 kg
Kerb/Wet Weight 188 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.3 litres
Turning Circle 3.7 m
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Oil Temperature Gauge
Engine Temperature Gauge
Coolant Temperature
Clock Digital
ABS Light
RPM/Gear Display Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Low Fuel Warning Light
Gear Indicator
Service Reminder
Low Oil Indicator
Low Battery Indicator
Gear Shift Light
Engine Check Indicator
Rev-limiter Indicator Digital
Battery Type MF
Pillion Footrest
Electric Start
Engine Kill Switch
Pillion Grabrail
Miscellaneous Information
Caster 24.6
Trail 105

Honda RC213V-S Review

28 Dec, 2015 10:25 AM


Honda has revealed the entry of a track beast to the road and announcement for the same was made a few days back. Yes, the MotoGP champion of 2013 and 2014, the mighty RC213V has taken a road friendly avatar, named the Honda RC213V-S. Minimum numbers of changes have been made in the GP blood, in order to get a nearly identical yet road legal version.

The bike which has been racing in the number 1 position for two years is a really special one and having this specialty delivered on public roads makes the things much more interesting for the riders. Track racing is a totally different concept than normal day riding.

The power of the track beasts can make you go crazy on normal roads and that is the only point of objection by the law makers. The versions have to go through many changes in order to get road legal, reducing their power and adding those parts which have been considered weight gainers for the track.

Design & Style

The Honda RC213V-S comes with the same design as its track cousin. The extended windshield serves its purpose of use truly with its extraordinary ability to increase the wind protection, decreasing the drag created by the air. This makes it easy for the rider to cruise on high speeds, reducing the fuel usage by wasting it against the air and also helps while cornering sharply.

The aerodynamic body design enhances its sharpness and performance. The narrow front headlight design is a totally different approach and its twin exhaust system placement makes it a really impressive piece of engineering. One exhaust exit comes onto the right whereas the other one is below the seat, coming out from the rear headlight structure.

Being a single seater, the bike loses its original MotoGP seat meant for sharp cornering positions and gets a flat, nearly non cushioned seat. The bike comes with its own identity now, loses the Repsol paint scheme and gets a tri-color as available in the CBR range. Stylish rear view mirrors are a part of the equipment now.

Engine & Performance

The engine under the fairing of this beast is a 999 cc, Liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC 4 valve, V-4 producing 156.8 BHP @ 11,000 rpm and 102 NM @ 10,500 rpm. The power production has been fascinated with its special sports kit, which further increases the power values from the same machine to 212 BHP @ 13,000 rpm and 118 NM @ 10,500 rpm.

The best parts of all, these values are now legally available on the road, making it one of the most powerful rides available. 234.7 BHP was the power production of the track version, all thanks to its very light and efficient body parts. Surprisingly, the weight of the machine, on its road legal version stays only 170 kg and when sports kit applied, it reduces to a more surprising value of 160 kg.

Now you can imagine how light would the MotoGP version would have been, as most of the parts were removed for a much lighter approach. The bike is a true performer, a one of its kind on the road. It comes with a six speed manual transmission, making it efficient and powerful in every gear and at every speed.

Brakes & Suspension

The braking for such a speedy machine requires more holding power and lesser heat generation. The purpose has been solved with 320 mm dia dual hydraulic disc (YUTAKA) with 4-piston calipers for the front and the rear gets a smaller 220 mm hydraulic disc (YUTAKA) with 2-piston caliper.

The system reduced the heat generation while hard braking and releases the heat as soon as possible from the braking section, with lesser chances of wear and tear at high speeds. The suspension for the front has been painted golden, looking very beautiful and elegant.

They are telescopic gas charged TTX25 spring preload with compression and rebound damping. The rear gets Pro-Link with gas charged TTX36 suspension for the best overall ride quality.

The tyre for the front stays to be the 120/70ZR17 Bridgestone RS10 whereas the rear gets a huge 190/55ZR17 Bridgestone RS10. The 7-spoke forged magnesium alloy makes the ride lighter and much more better when compared to the others.

Shades & Price

The shades available for the road legal version are the unpainted carbon fiber type and the famous tri-color design by Honda. For the RC213V-S, a machine for public roads, the regions with sales planned are Europe, the U.S., Australia and Japan. The manufacturer’s recommended prices are set at €188,000 (tax-inclusive) in Europe (Germany*1), ¥21,900,000 (tax-inclusive) in Japan, A$244,000 (tax-inclusive) in Australia, and US$184,000 in the U.S.

Honda RC213V-S generates different power & torque figures for different regions:

  • Europe – 159 PS/102 NM
  • Europe (France) – 102 PS/90 NM
  • Japan – 70 PS/87 NM
  • USA – 101 PS/90 NM
  • Australia – 159 PS/102 NM

A kit exclusive for use on closed circuits is offered as an option. (This kit is not available in the U.S.). For purchase of an RC213V-S, applications for order entry will be accepted around the world starting 0:00 (CET) on July 13, through the order entry form on the exclusive website (

Selling price in Europe here means the selling price in Germany. Selling prices in Europe vary by country. (Details will be posted in the order entry form on the exclusive website.)

Additions made for riding on ordinary public roads

  • Headlight
  • Taillight
  • License plate lamps
  • Front and rear turn signals
  • Right and left rear-view mirrors
  • Speedometer
  • Muffler with a catalyst
  • License plate holders
  • Horn
  • Honda Smart Key
  • Self-starter
  • Side stand, etc.

Changes made for riding on ordinary public roads

  • Steering angle: 15 degrees / 26 degrees
  • Tires: RS10 made by Bridgestone Corporation
  • Front brake disc: Made of stainless steel, manufactured by Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd.
  • Brake pad: Made by Brembo S.p.A.


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