Chinese motorcycle manufacturer QJ Motor has updated its 600RR sportbike for 2022, which includes a revised engine and a redesigned bodywork.
the QJ Motor 600RR runs on the same 4-cylinder engine found on the Benelli TNT600.
gets extra horsepower and torque thanks to new revised exhaust system.
Launched in 2020 as the company’s first four-cylinder sportbike, the 600RR is built from the foundations of the Benelli TNT600i.
Right off the bat, the 2022 600RR features a redesigned front fascia that looks eerily similar to the Ducati Panigale including the addition of a carbon winglet. While it may look mainly for aesthetic purposes, QJ Motor claimed it adds around 6 kilograms of downforce when travelling at 150km/h.
QJ Motor also managed to shed two kilograms of weight, reducing the wet weight to 213kg.
The 600RR also gained a bigger 18L fuel tank for an extra range, making it ideal for daily commuting and the occasional track days.
Meanwhile, the bike’s rear also gets a sharper tail section making the side profile look sportier then the previous generation.
Although no changes to the chassis, the four-cylinder engine now receives an extra power and torque boost thanks to a newly revised exhaust system.
As such the mill now pumps out 87.2hp @ 11,500rpm and 56Nm @ 10,500rpm.
Nonetheless, other specifications remain the same as the 600RR still runs with a non-adjustable USD KYB front fork and preload-adjustable mono-shock at the rear. While the suspension is relatively low spec, the braking aspect is rather good, with twin 4-piston radially mounted Brembo callipers at the front paired toa radial master cylinder.
Other electronic features include:
- traction control
- riding modes
- quick shifter (upshift only)
- TFT display
- USB C port