Weekly Roundup: Top 5 Two-wheeler Happenings

Weekly Roundup: Top 5 Two-wheeler Happenings

News by Team Drivio | 6 Aug 2023

Harley-Davidson gave its most affordable bike, the X440 a chunky price hike this week. 

  • TVS gave us more insight into what its first sporty electric scooter, the Creon could look like. 
  • A bagger variant of the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 was also spotted. 
  • An alloy-wheeled variant of the Scram 411 is set to grace our shores soon. 

The week witnessed the much-awaited spy shots of some of the most highly anticipated motorcycles, creating a major buzz among enthusiasts. However, the world of two-wheelers had much more to offer, with a multitude of exciting events taking place. 

Let's take a look at the top happenings from this thrilling week:

Royal Enfield

Throughout the week, the motorcycle world was flooded with spy shots of various upcoming Royal Enfield models, igniting excitement among enthusiasts. The week's revelations began in Chennai, where the Himalayan 450 was spotted undergoing tests with touring accessories, promising an adventure-ready upgrade. 

Abroad, the Scrambler 650 made its second appearance in less than a year, unveiling a new exciting feature set to grace the motorcycle. 

Adding to the intrigue, the Super Meteor 650 was seen cruising the roads of Chennai, equipped with bagger-style panniers. 


TVS has exciting news in the world of scooters! The highly anticipated electric version of the Ntorq 125, inspired by the Creon e-scooter concept, is all set to make its debut on August 23. To keep our excitement high, TVS has treated us with a new teaser, offering a sneak peek into the e-scooter's exciting features.

In addition to this, TVS launched a brand new scooter this week - the Jupiter ZX drum variant, equipped with the cutting-edge SmartXonnect connectivity features. 


As the booking window for the introductory price of the X440 came to a close this week, Hero MotoCorp made significant announcements regarding Harley-Davidson's most affordable motorcycle. In fact, the bike’s base variant’s prices will go up by nearly Rs 11,000!