Watch the Horex VR6 Classic in Action

After causing raised pulse for many a visitor at the 2012 Intermot with their all-new V6 bike, Horex are now surfacing the Classic trim of their amazing VR6 machine.
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Aiming to make more riders reach for the checkbook, Horex plans to start delivering soon the Classic version of the VR6 beast, so far available only in a premium, asphalt-terrorizing Roadster guise.

The new machine is apparently easier to tame than the VR6: the original engine delivered 137 Nm (101 lb-ft) of torque and 161 HP, while the Classic is expected to bring 124 HP and just under 120 Nm (88.5 lb-ft).

Revisions have been made for the 6-into-2 exhaust and the whole power delivery was a bit shifted to the low- and mid-range. The cast wheels are replaced with gorgeous laced rims and the rear WP shock was replaced with a Sachs unit, while the front forks still run with WP technology.

The Horex VR6 Classic will be soon available in Europe for €24,500 ($32,560). No word on markets other than Germany, Switzerland and Austria at the time of writing.

If you want to know more about the stunning V6 engine, check out this Autoevolution coverstory on the Horex power unit.

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