July 2023: Expected Bikes & Scooters Launches In India
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July 2023: Expected Bikes & Scooters Launches In India

News by Team Drivio | Jul 03, 2023

Two premium bike manufacturers will finally enter the small-capacity bikes’ segment this month. 

  • The Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X will be Triumph’s smallest bikes for India.
  • The Harley-Davidson X440, on the other hand, is Harley’s bike co-developed with Hero.
  • Ola could also equip the S1 lineup with a new variant.

After a hot June, July arrives with refreshing rain showers to cool things down. While there may not be a lot of new launches this month, the ones that are coming are quite thrilling. Remember, it's all about quality over quantity, right? Let's take a quick glance at the two-wheelers we can expect this month.

   1.Triumph Speed 400 & Scrambler 400 X

SpecificationsTriumph Speed 400 And Scrambler 400 X
Engine398cc liquid-cooled engine
Maximum Power40PS
Maximum Torque37.5Nm
Transmission6-speed

In June, Triumph revealed their smallest bikes after much anticipation and teasing. The Triumph Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X are packed with powerful engines, high-quality hardware, and have a premium appearance. 

They seem to bring all the goodness typically associated with Triumph bikes but in a smaller and more affordable package. Both bikes are scheduled to launch in India on July 5th.

   2.Harley-Davidson X440

SpecificationsHarley-Davidson X440
Engine450cc air-cooled engine
Maximum power (expected)38PS
Maximum torque (expected) 30Nm
Transmission6-speed

Joining the sub-500cc neo-retro nakeds segment is the Harley-Davidson X440. Although it has retro styling, it boasts modern features like a TFT console, USD fork, ByBre disc brakes, and a 440cc engine. Pictures of the bike were initially seen about two months ago and reappeared recently.

   3.Ola S1 Varian

Specifications  Ola S1 Pro 
Motor8.5kW
Top Speed116kmph
Battery4kWh
Range170km (Eco Mode)

After focusing on the Honda Activa 6G, Ola now seems to be targeting the TVS Jupiter, specifically the Classic variant. A teaser shared on Twitter showcases an Ola S1 with a windshield, suggesting that Ola may introduce a Jupiter Classic with similar features.