The long-established German brand HOREX is revealing new details about the Silver Edition already presented at the IAA in Frankfurt and another new model, the Black Edition, previously announced as a “special guest”, at the EICMA, the world’s largest trade show for two-wheeled vehicles, in Milan, Italy.

Once again the brand-new HOREX V6 Silver Edition was the centre of attention at the HOREX stand. The Silver Edition special series, limited to just 33 units, defines the absolute pinnacle of the market both visually and technologically, as well the future of the HOREX product line. The exclusive special model provides a first look at the new production model in the HOREX VR6 series for spring 2016.

The HOREX VR6 Silver Edition, a high-end power cruiser, captivates through its unique technological solutions, as well as through its great versatility. The motorcycle is designed as fully-fledged two-seater, but can be converted into a single-seater if desired. The customer can choose between two different equipment options as well. As a result, HOREX offers both a newly developed carbon cover for the pillion seat as well as genuine leather saddle bags made of the same high-quality saddle leather as the seat.

In addition to the Silver Edition, the long-established German brand HOREX is shedding light on a well-kept secret. With the Black Edition, announced as a “special guest” for EICMA, HOREX granted a first look at a second model series with a different target in cafe racer style. The Black Edition, unlike its sister model, the Silver Edition, is a purely single-seater and can therefore be ordered with an optional cafe racer handlebar configuration. The HOREX VR6 production model, derived from the Black Edition, will likewise be presented in spring 2016. Sales of the limited Black Edition will start in December 2015.

Accompanied by a large number of journalists, the public can get a first glimpse of the new models on 17 November. The brand new motorcycles can be viewed at the trade show stand in Milan until Sunday, 22 November.