The Peugeot NK7 makes use of the 2T Power-up motor for more than just a scooter.
Peugeot has created this 50cc streetfighter model that looks anything but a 50cc, creating an aggressive naked style with red frame and fork.
It’s the kind of bike to appeal to a young market, looking to graduate from scooters to ‘proper’ motorcycles.
What’s more, the 50cc engine adopts many features of a 125cc, making it the perfect transitional model.
The Peugeot NK7 has a six-speed transmission, trellis frame, upside-down fork measuring 41mm and central shock absorber.
The braking system is more powerful and robust than on some scooters, using a 300mm front disc with four-piston radial caliper and a rear brake disc of 220mm.
The 17-inch wheels house tyres measuring 100/80 up front and 130/70 at the rear.
The Peugeot NK7 also has an analogue rev counter and digital multifunction display, racing pedals and aluminium passenger foot pegs.
The NK7 will be available in Europe from this month and will cost about 2,990 euros making it quite competitive as an option for young riders.