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The naked-type roadster were believed to be powered by KTM’s 799cc parallel twin-cylinder engine.
However, latest development has confirmed that a production model, resembling the NK-C22 concept already in the works with the finished product bearing the 800NK name emerged in a new type-approval documents filed in China.
The documents not only showed one but two versions of the 800Nk are to be made.
Based on the single photo shared, the 800NK looks like a proper roadster with sharp bodyworks and exposed frame.
Interestingly, the production model mirrors most of the NK-C22 features except a couple of key changes with the main alteration is the adoption of a conventional double-sided swingarm.
Similar to other CFMoto machines, the 800NK is likely designed by Kiska Studios, the same company responsible for many KTM’s in recent years.
CFMoto also claimed that the KTM-powered 800NK makes 99hp from the 799cc LTM LC8c engine. The same mill also powered CFMoto’s 800MT adventure motorcycle.
According to the documents, both iterations of the 800NK also shares the same key figures including engine and other components. They also have similar parts, including an USD front fork, J.Juan radial-mount brake callipers and TFT instrument display.
However, we expect the higher-spec 800NK to feature an additional electronic package, possibly similar to KTM’s 790 Duke range.
The all-new CFMoto 800NK is likely to hit the global market in 2023.