Jedi Vision K750

Jedi Vision K750 motorcycle concept debuted with the design of the future

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Jedi Vision K750 motorcycle For some Chinese automobile designers, there is not much difference between stealing and inspiration. This fact has been established with the numerous rip-offs we have covered over the last few years. These selected few Chinese brands have managed to get a notoriety for the entire Chinese design industry.

Jedi Vision K750

However, there are some brands who are trying to change this perception about Chinese car manufacturers and are sincerely trying to create genuine and quality products for the international market. Jinan JD is one of the manufacturers willing to make a difference in China’s automotive industry.

JD Vision K750 Concept – Futuristic Styling

The company has unveiled a new concept motorcycle called Vision K750 which is far from being shown worldwide. Unveiled at the CIMA (China International Motorcycle Exhibition) show in China, the superbike concept has provided a platform for a new series of relatively unknown brands in other parts of the world.

The bike maker is known for making motorcycles for the Chinese police and security services but is constantly moving towards the consumer market. Since this is just an idea, many components of this bike look unpleasant.

JD Vision K750 motorcycle concept

JD Vision K750 motorcycle concept

At the same time, it presents a future application in the field of design. Some of the highlights that caught our attention include an LED headlight with 76 triangular shades inside and boomerang-shaped DRLs on either side.

A similar design has been used in LED taillamps with multiple triangular elements attached to the seat unit. In addition, the bulbous side fairing and a muscular fuel tank give it the appeal of a sharp-looking sports bike. Although the overall design is unique, the front end has hints of KTM RC 8 and the rear end seems to be inspired by Ducati Panigale.

Mechanical space

The K750 Concept is based on a well-known cast aluminum chassis that underpins JD’s other production models such as the JFR750 Naked Roadster and the GTR750 Sports Tour. The architecture was designed by a Swiss suitor. This frame has inverted spines on the front and mono-shock on the back.

The braking hardware is chewed by twin disc brakes at the front and single disc brambo calipers at the rear. Powering the K750 The same 730cc parallel-twin DOHC engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox. This powertrain delivers 68 bhp of output at 7,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 67 Nm at 6,500 rpm. This puts the K750 against the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 650

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