Weekly Round Up: Top 5 News Picks From This Week
News by Team Drivio | 16th Jul 23
The week was a mixed bag of surprises, with sensational spy shots to the introduction of 125cc sporty scooter from Honda, this week meant serious business.
- New Honda Dio 125 launched, Royal Enfield bike spied
- Ather and TVS scooter teased ahead of launch
- Upcoming Hero bikes spotted testing
The bike and scooter segment witnessed some fascinating developments in the past week. In case you have missed out the excitement, we bring you the top five news headlines that were head-turners for the week.
New Royal Enfield bike
The hide and seek continuous with soon be launched Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 as it was spied testing this time again. For a change, this time it was spotted with quite a few accessories. Further, after the unleashing of the Triumph Scrambler 400 X, there are reports of a new scrambler under works, which may be called Royal Enfield Scram 440.
Honda Dio 125 launched
HMSI slipped in the more powerful version of their first ‘true-blue’ sporty scooter, the Honda Dio 125. The stylish scooter gets host of new features along with the choice of H-Smart tech in one of the two variants. Honda Dio 125 is pitted against the likes of TVS Ntorq 125.
Upcoming Ather 450S update
Recently, the new Ather450S electric scooter based on the 450X was revealed.Now, the company has teased the console of theirupcoming e-scooter.Reported for an official August 3 launch, the 450S is seen as the affordable version of the present scooter line-up.
New TVS e-scooter mystery
TVS is all set to unveil their new electric two-wheeler on August 23, 2023. The launch will take place in Dubai and the vehicle is speculated to be an electric avatar of the sporty TVS NTorq 125. Itis expected to be based on the TVS Creon concept e-scooter shown in the past.
Hero Xtreme Twins Spied
In a pleasant surprise, two test mules of Hero MotoCorp were spotted together.There are high chances of one being an upcoming sporty 125cc bike under Xtreme banner, maybe called the Hero Xtreme 125R. Whereas, the second one could be the 4V version of the existingHero Xtreme 200R.