All The Bikes & Scooters Launching In India In The Coming Months
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All The Bikes & Scooters Launching In India In The Coming Months

Featured Stories by Team Drivio | May 26, 2023

Among all the Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler is going to be one of the most exciting bikes. 

 

  • The market will also witness the launch of Ducati Panigale V4 R!
  • Harley-Davidson will be giving us its most affordable bike.
  • Honda will be launching as many as three small-capacity bikes.

 

It's a terrific time to be looking for a new two-wheeler because there will be a lot more options available, regardless of your budget or preferred power plant. The new bikes and scooters that will be released in the run-up to the holiday season are covered on this list.

Harley-Davidson Bike

No one is more aware of the changing times than Harley-Davidson, a renowned American motorcycle manufacturer. Harley teamed up with Hero MotoCorp, a company that (arguably) excels at producing economical transportation like no other, to create an approachable, entry-level model. The first photos of the bike produced by this collaboration have surfaced, and they depict a vehicle that is almost ready to emerge from the background. 

Hero Bikes

Hero MotoCorp is getting ready to introduce as many as five new bikes to the Indian market this year, to speak of. Hero will welcome back the Passion Plus, while the Xtreme 200S will receive an update with the new 4-valve engine. This year will also see the unveiling of the newly discovered Karizma. 

Royal Enfield Bikes

Numerous new Royal Enfield models have been spotted testing and quite a few of them seem to be nearly ready for production. The Himalayan 450, which is expected to launch an entirely new liquid-cooled engine and chassis platform and will also be used on the 450cc roadster, is arguably the most eagerly anticipated of the future REs. Additionally, the J-series Bullet 350, the 650cc scrambler, and the Shotgun 650 have all been seen on our roads. The 350cc single-seat bobber, based on the Classic 350, was the most recent new model to be spotted, but it's still a ways off.

Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler

It goes without saying that the first motorcycle that Bajaj and Triumph co-developed will go on sale on June 27. Instead of the typical parallel-twin and triple-cylinder configuration found on the British marque's previous products, this will be the first Triumph of the contemporary era to feature a single-cylinder engine. This alliance is producing more than one bike, and we anticipate seeing this bike unveiled before the year is out.

TVS iQube ST

The most powerful ST model in the updated iQube lineup is about to come out of hiding and will reportedly have a stated range of 145 km (IDC) on a single charge in Eco mode. Additionally, it will be the only iQube model with keyless entry, Alexa voice control, and a sizable 32-liter underseat storage. 

Ducati Bikes

Funny enough, out of all the bike manufacturers listed above, Ducati, an exotic Italian marque, will be bringing the most new bikes to India. This year, the Bologna-based business has already introduced the DesertX and the Monster SP, but there are still many more to come. 

 

In the coming months, vehicles including the Panigale V4 R, Streetfighter V4 SP2, Diavel V4, Scrambler 2G, and Multistrada V4 Rally will all arrive in India. And if that wasn't enough, a very small number of wealthy buyers will also be able to purchase the ultra-rare, limited-edition Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini here.

Vespa Scooter

Numerous new Vespa scooter models will be introduced to commemorate Piaggio's 25th anniversary in India. The new i-GET engine, which the manufacturer claims has "enhanced acceleration and braking ability," is expected to be installed in all Vespas. Additionally, a new Vespa Touring model may employ a powerful engine, and an Indian Vespa GTS may eventually be available for purchase.

Aprilia 

A brand-new 440cc parallel-twin engine, derived from the 660cc mill in the middleweight Aprilia lineup, powers an all-new small-capacity sportbike that Aprilia has been testing. The Baramati plant in India will be used to produce the new RS 440, which appears to take stylistic cues from the RS 660 as well. This year, we anticipate that this bike will make its appearance right before the holidays.

Updated Bajaj Chetak

According to a homologation document that was leaked, the Bajaj Chetak will soon have a higher range. The new scooter would reportedly have an IDC range of 108 km, compared to the Chetak's existing IDC range of 90 km in Eco mode. The upgraded Chetak is anticipated to be released at its existing pricing of Rs. 1,51,958 (ex-showroom Delhi including subsidies) without seeing a significant price increase.

Couple Of Minor Updates

The majority of these OBD 2 certified two-wheelers should either have new features or fashionable colours. Uninitiated individuals should be aware that OBD 2 requirements call for vehicles to adhere to predetermined emission levels both in real time and outside of a lab setting. So, a second-generation onboard diagnostic device will be installed in them.

Commencement Of Deliveries

When the Ola S1 Air was introduced in October of last year, the company promised to start shipping its entry-level line of electric scooters in March. 

All these bikes and scooters sound incredibly exciting and we for one, cannot wait to get our hands on pretty much all of them.