The Chinese concept bike Jedi Vision K750, which was unveiled at the most recent EICMA, appears to be almost ready for production. In this instance, the Vision K750 is shown in what looks to be close to production-ready trim in a video that Vision Effect released on YouTube. Let's examine it in greater detail.
Nearly intact are the shapes, which are extremely athletic and muscular, as well as the silhouette, which is distinctly unique and futuristic. Instead, the headlights are altered, becoming generally less angular and somewhat less round than those shown in the EICMA prototype. A stylish color TFT display has also been installed, and several warning lights, including the customary ones for gasoline, temperature, time, and gear, are scattered around it on the dashboard. The prudciton model also seems to include a tire pressure monitoring system.
The two-up saddle with a subdued seat for the passenger and the slightly taller windscreen are other minor modifications that have been made in the journey from idea to reality. This suggests that, despite maintaining its sporty, futuristic design, the Jedi Vision K750 has some practicality in mind. Other tech features are abundant, as well. For instance, the bike has a push-start button, which is upside-down in the images supplied but is readily fixable if the bike is put into production. Last but not least, it's nice to observe that the bike's single-sided swingarm has been retained by the manufacturer.
It seems that the 730cc parallel-twin engine that will power the Jedi Vision K750 will provide adequate performance. We're presumably looking at performance estimates in the range of 70 to 80 horsepower, while specifics like power output and crankshaft arrangement are still unclear at this time. Although the precise launch date has not yet been specified, we anticipate the model to be made available in the near future. However, one thing is certain—this bike will first be introduced only in the Chinese market. If it is successful in China, there is a good possibility that it will soon enter the international market.