Upcoming Bikes in India

Wondering which bikes will come to India soon? Your search ends here. carandbike.com provides a list of all the upcoming bikes in India along with details of launch date, engine specifications and expected price. Users can search for new upcoming bikes slated to launch in the current as well as coming year. The ‘alert when launch’ option can be availed, wherein users are notified as soon as an upcoming model is launched in India. For those planning to buy a new bike, here is the complete list of upcoming bikes in India in 2020 and 2021.

  • Jun 2020
  • Orxa Energies Mantis

    Expected Price: ₹ 3 Lakh - 3.5 Lakh
    Commuter, Electric
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    Overview :

    Orxa Energies, a Bengaluru based performance electric vehicle and energy systems start-up unveiled its first model which is the Mantis electric motorcycle. The Mantis electric motorcycle is a naked electric sport motorcycle that will have a claimed top-speed of over 140 kmph and a range of 200 km on a single charge. It is expected to go on sale in India in the middle of 2020 when Orxa Energies will start operations in the country.

  • Hero Xtreme 160R

    Expected Price: ₹ 1 Lakh - 1.2 Lakh
    Commuter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Hero MotoCorp is re-entering the 160 cc motorcycle segment with the Hero Xtreme 160R, an all-new motorcycle from the ground up. The new Xtreme 160R does not share any single component with the now-discontinued 150 cc Hero Xtreme Sports. In terms of design, the Xtreme 160R sports a sharp design, with chiseled and sculpted angular lines, flowing seamlessly from the fuel tank to the tail section. The headlight is full-LED, with a LED daytime running light, the turn indicators are LED as well, as is the blacked out taillight. The instrument cluster is an inverted digital display, and the Xtreme 160R comes with a segment-first side stand engine cut off system, which shuts off the engine if the side stand is down and a gear is engaged.

  • Kawasaki Z400

    Expected Price: ₹ 4 Lakh - 5 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Kawasaki Z400 is one of the smallest parallel-twin naked motorcycles that the Japanese manufacturer has to offer and was revealed at the EICMA Motorcycle Show in 2018. The Kawasaki Z400 is the stripped version of the Ninja 400 and omits a number of components including the full fairing, clip-on handlebars and the aggressive riding position. Instead, the Z400 offers minimal body panels making it lighter than its faired sibling while offering identical power figures. Globally, the new Z400 replaces the Z300 in Kawasaki's line-up. 

  • Triumph Tiger 900

    Expected Price: ₹ 12 Lakh - 15 Lakh
    Off Road, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Triumph Motorcycles India was expected to launch the all-new Tiger 900 in India by this month. However, the same is likely to be postponed to a later date because of the current lockdown situation that the country is facing because of the novel Coronavirus Pandemic. The new Tiger 900 is believed to be a great leap in terms of performance, features and design as well. The company had previously confirmed that it would be bringing the Tiger 900 range to India. It will comprise of Tiger 900 GT and the Tiger 900 Rally. As the Triumph Tiger 800 is one of the best-selling ADVs in the country, the company will be looking to attract more takers with the upcoming Triumph Tiger 900.

  • Yamaha X-Max 125

    Expected Price: ₹ 70,000 - 75,000
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Yamaha X-Max 125 cc scooter comes with new electronics and other upgrades. The X-Max 125 now is more in line with the larger Yamaha X-Max 300 and X-Max 400 models. The new model has been unveiled for the European market which has a considerable size for maxi-scooters, a segment which has almost no existence in India. The Yamaha X-Max 125 is powered by a 124 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with power rated at 14 bhp at 8,750 rpm and peak torque of 12 Nm at 6,500 rpm.

  • Evolet Hawk

    Expected Price: ₹ 1 Lakh - 1.25 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
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    Overview :

    The Evolet Hawk will be Rissala Electric Motors’ full-faired electric sportbike, and is expected to be launched in the first half of 2020. The Hawk has an attractive and sporty design, and looks sharp, in the flesh with its sculpted front fairing, and projector headlamp. It will get clip-on handlebars, and a full-digital instrument console, along with telescopic front forks and a monoshock rear suspension. Braking is handled by twin discs on the front wheel, and a single disc brake set-up on the rear wheel. The wheels are 17-inch at both ends, and will be shod with tubeless rubber.

  • Royal Enfield Meteor 350

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.65 Lakh - 1.68 Lakh
    Commuter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Meteor 350 though will be a completely all-new motorcycle, with a new engine, new chassis, and new features. The new RE Meteor 350 will also come with customization options, including a long list of original accessories and new features and minor cosmetic changes. But the new Meteor 350 will be more than just a replacement for the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X. Here's what we know so far about the upcoming Royal Enfield Meteor 350.

  • Indian Challenger

    Expected Price: ₹ 22 Lakh - 25 Lakh
    Cruiser, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Indian Challenger is the newest heavyweight cruiser from Indian Motorcycle and is expected to be introduced in India as a completely built unit (CBU). The Indian Challenger is based on Indian Motorcycle’s newest PowerPlus engine, a liquid-cooled, 1,769 cc, 60-degree v-twin which puts out 121 bhp of maximum power at 5,500 rpm and 173.5 Nm of peak torque at 3,800 rpm. In the US, the Challenger is available in a choice of three variants – Standard, Dark Horse and Limited. The Dark Horse and Limited Variants, apart from being visually and cosmetically different, will also come with a Bosch six-axis inertial measurement unit (IMU) which powers the cornering traction control system and ABS.

  • Jul 2020
  • KTM 250 Adventure

    Expected Price: ₹ 2 Lakh - 2.5 Lakh
    Off Road, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The KTM 250 Adventure will be the gateway for a number of off-road enthusiasts looking to enter the ADV segment on a budget. Visually, the 250 Adventure looks identical to the 390 Adventure and there are a number of components shared by the bikes. The difference though includes a different headlamp unit that gets a halogen bulb with LED DRLs and new paint scheme. The bike though does carry over the larger 14.5-litre fuel tank from the 390 Adventure that promises better touring abilities. The 250 Adventure shares the same ground clearance as the 390 at 200 mm, while the seat height remains identical too at 855 mm.

  • CFMoto 400GT

    Expected Price: ₹ 2.5 Lakh - 3 Lakh
    Commuter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The CF Moto 400 GT will be the sports touring  model of the 400 cc platform models from CF Moto. The 400 GT’s styling will be derived from the CF Moto 650 GT. It will come with a wide fairing housing a twin LED headlamp set-up with a strip of LED lights. Fairing mounted rear view mirrors, full-colour instrument console, and a flat, wide handlebar with an upright riding position will offer a comfortable riding position.

  • CFMoto 400NK

    Expected Price: ₹ 2 Lakh - 2.5 Lakh
    Commuter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The CF Moto 400 NK will be based on the 650 NK, and will sport almost near identical design, with a full-LED headlight, muscular naked street bike stance, with sharp lines and a chiseled fuel tank. The tail section is sleek and upswept, and the split seat set-up with the flat and wide handlebar accentuates its aggressive streetfighter design lines. The 400 NK essentially will be a more accessible and affordable version of the CF Moto 650 NK.

  • New BMW S 1000 XR

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.8 Crore - 2 Crore
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The new S 1000 XR is lighter, faster, more versatile, and almost an all-new model with a long list of changes. The 2020 model is 10 kg lighter, boasts of more power, now boosted to 165 bhp from the same in-line four-cylinder engine based on the BMW S 1000 RR, with further optimised mid-range power and rideability. The S 1000 XR's updated 999 cc, liquid-cooled, in-line four-cylinder engine puts out 165 bhp at 11,000 rpm and 114 Nm of peak torque at 9,250 rpm. It is the same engine as on the new-gen BMW S 1000 RR but in a different state of tune.

  • Aug 2020
  • Ultraviolette F77

    Expected Price: ₹ 3 Lakh - 3.5 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
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    Overview :

    The Ultraviolette F77 is India’s first performance-oriented electric motorcycle, with a claimed top speed of 147 kmph, and 0 to 100 kmph claimed acceleration in 7.5 seconds. The F77 will be available in three variants – Lightning, Shadow and Laser. It is powered by an air-cooled, brushless DC (BLDC) motor with an output of 25 kW (33.5 bhp) with a massive 450 Nm of torque on the rear wheel. The F 77 will get three riding modes – Eco, Sport and Insane, and will priced from around Rs. 3 lakh. The electric power comes from three slim and modular lithium-ion battery packs which offer a claimed range of 130-140 km on a full charge. The battery packs can be charged fully from a standard charger in 5 hours, and a portable fast charger will allow a 0 to 80 per cent charge in just 50 minutes, with a full charge from the fast charger possible in just 90 minutes.

  • Aprilia SXR 160

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.2 Lakh - 1.3 Lakh
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    There have been a just a handful of two-wheeler manufacturers showcasing their portfolio at the 2020 Auto Expo. One of the two-wheeler highlights is the Aprilia SXR 160, which was revealed at the Piaggio pavilion. The Aprilia SXR 160 is a new moto-scooter with an interesting 'CrossMax' and it will be launched in India in the third quarter of 2020. The Aprilia team spent two years in designing and developing the SXR moto-scooter in Italy and it has been made specially for the Indian market. Aprilia hopes to launch a new category of scooters in the coming years. The bookings for the Aprilia SXR 160 will begin in August 2020.

  • Sep 2020
  • Yamaha Aerox 155

    Expected Price: ₹ 94,000 - 1 Lakh
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Yamaha Aerox 155 is a maxi-scooter with a 150 cc engine with a sporty and futuristic design. The Aerox 155 also sports some interesting features like a full-digital instrument panel, LED headlight and taillight, mobile charging socket, standard ABS and a massive 25-litres of underseat storage. The Yamaha Aerox 155 has its fuel tank positioned under the footboard, with the fuel filler cap positioned on top of the footboard, which can be opened via a switch next to the ignition key.  The Yamaha Aerox 155 has big, maxi-scooter design, and certainly looks sporty, with loads of presence.

  • Aprilia RS 600

    Expected Price: ₹ 12.5 Lakh - 13.9 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Aprilia RS660 is an upcoming middleweight motorcycle that was globally revealed at the 2019 EICMA Motorcycle Show. The bike features sharp styling borrowed from the larger RSV4 complete with a full-fairing that features aero winglets and also integrated the distinctive looking headlamps with cornering lights. The fuel tank design boasts of sharp lines and the upswept tail section allows for compact proportions on the motorcycle. Aprilia is positioning the RS560 as an all-rounder more than just a track tool and the bike comes with raised clip-on handlebars for a more relaxed riding stance.

  • EeVe Tesero

    Expected Price: ₹ 1 Lakh - 1.3 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
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    Overview :

    The two premium electric two-wheelers are expected to be launched in a few months from now. The Forseti electric scooter is expected to be launched around June or July this year, while the Tesero electric motorcycle is expected to be launched around September. The Forseti electric scooter has a claimed top speed of between 60-70 kmph, while the Tesero electric motorcycle has a top speed of 90-100 kmph. The two electric two-wheelers will be priced under Rs 1 lakh, and full specifications will be revealed at the time of launch. Both two-wheelers come with a 5-year warranty on the products, including a 3-year unlimited warranty on the battery.

  • Oct 2020
  • EeVe Forseti

    Expected Price: ₹ 80,000 - 1 Lakh
    Scooter, Electric
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    Overview :

    The two electric two-wheelers come equipped with hub-mounted motors from Bosch and feature swappable batteries, with two packs each. Both electric two-wheelers have a charging time of 3-4 hours with a fast charger. While the Forseti electric scooter has a claimed range of 100 km, the Tesero electric motorcycle is said to have a claimed range of 120 km on a single charge.

  • Piaggio Vespa Elettrica

    Expected Price: ₹ 90,000 - 1 Lakh
    Scooter, Electric
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    Overview :

    The Vespa Elettrica can be booked online from October 2018 onwards. This is of course for the global market and the scooter could come to India by 2019.

  • UM Motorcycles Chill 150

    Expected Price: ₹ 84,000 - 90,000
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    American two-wheeler manufacturer UM Motorcycles is largely known for its cruiser bikes in India, but the company could foray into the scooter segment with the Chill 150 ABS. The UM Chill 150 is expected to be the brand’s first offering in this segment and will take on Piaggio's Vespa line-up as a retro-themed 150 cc scooter. The upcoming UM Chill is expected to offer a modern-classic design theme with the round headlamp, curved body panels, alloy wheels, and chrome inserts across the exterior. The scooter will have a displacement of 150 cc and is expected to get a rear disc brake as part of the standard kit, making it the first scooter in India to offer the same. It will also get ABS to meet the now mandatory safety regulations. The UM Chill 150 will be locally manufactured, and prices are expected to be competitive in the vicinity of Rs. 70,000-80,000 (ex-showroom), which will position the scooter below the Vespa range. The scooter is expected to go on sale by the end of this year or sometime in 2020.

  • Emflux Motors One

    Expected Price: ₹ 5.5 Lakh - 6 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
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    Overview :

    The Emflux One is India’s first electric superbike, which will be launched by Bengaluru-based tech start-up Emflux Motors. The Emflux One was unveiled at the Auto Expo 2018, and the production version of the Emflux Model One is likely to be launched by the end of 2019. The Emflux One looks like an internal combustion engine middleweight supersport, but is in fact, powered by electricity. The Emflux One has a claimed acceleration of 0 to 100 kmph in just 3 seconds, and boasts of a top speed of 200 kmph.

  • CFMoto 300SR

    Expected Price: ₹ 3 Lakh - 3.5 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Power on the CFMoto 300SR comes from the 292 cc single-cylinder engine that develops 29 bhp at 8,750 rpm and 25.3 Nm at 7,250 rpm. The 250SR gets a 249.2 cc motor which 27.8 bhp at 9,750 rpm and 22 Nm peak torque at 7,500 rpm. The motors are paired with a 6-speed gearbox and there's a slipper clutch on offto. Both motorcycles also weigh exactly the same at 165 kg (kerb weight) and the power and torque outputs are not very different either. Both motorcycles also get features such as riding modes, TFT screen. CFMoto is yet to announce the bikes for India but if launched, the bikes will be be competing against the Suzuki Gixxer SF250, KTM RC range and the TVS Apache RR 310.

  • Hero Dare 125

    Expected Price: ₹ 55,000 - 60,000
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Hero first unveiled Dare 125 at the 12th edition of Auto Expo back in 2014 along with two other scooters. Aimed at the male buyers, Dare 125 as the name opines will feature a 124.6cc engine good for max power and torque of 9.38bhp at 7,500 RPM and 9.8Nm at 6,500 RPM. 

  • Nov 2020
  • Bajaj Pulsar RS400

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.75 Lakh - 2 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Unveiled at the 2014 Auto Expo, Bajaj’s power cruiser, Pulsar RS400 sports the similar contour as its younger sibling, Pulsar 200NS, but the former has a bigger stance. The prototype revealed at the Auto Expo back in 2014 had an assertive front profile featuring dual head lamp.

  • Harley-Davidson Pan America 1250

    Expected Price: ₹ 15 Lakh - 17 Lakh
    Off Road, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Harley-Davidson Pan America will be the first adventure touring motorcycle from the American motorcycle manufacturer. The Pan America’s design follows some trademark ADV design cues, but yet manages to look different and radical in its own way. The H-D Pan America is powered by the 1,250 cc version of Harley-Davidson’s new Revolution Max engine. The DOHC, 60-degree, liquid-cooled V-twin engine has a balancer shaft to keep vibrations low, and has claimed output of 145 bhp of maximum power, and 122 Nm of peak torque. So far, details are scarce on the Harley-Davidson Pan America, but it is likely to be packed to the gills with the latest electronics package, and safety features.

  • CFMoto 250SR

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.5 Lakh - 2 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The CFMoto 250SR and the 300SR were revealed recently and the bikes are the production version of the concepts showcased earlier by the company. The motorcycles get a 250 cc and a 300 cc motor respectively. The CFMoto 300SR is based on the 300NK, which was launched in India last year, with a price of Rs. 2.29 lakh (ex-showroom). The overall design on the bike is akin to a supersport offering with sharp styling. The front fairing and the outer panels on the side are shaped nicely and make for a good looking motorcycle.

  • Dec 2020
  • Benelli 752S

    Expected Price: ₹ 6 Lakh - 7 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Benelli 752S is a brawny, naked, middleweight motorcycle from Chinese-owned Italian motorcycle manufacturer, Benelli. The Benelli 752S was shown as a concept at 2017 EICMA Motorcycle Show, and overall the design seems to be quite similar to the concept. At 227 kg kerb weight, the 752S is no lightweight though, with the 14-litre fuel tank fully filled up. As the name suggests, it is a 750 cc middleweight.

  • Benelli TRK 251

    Expected Price: ₹ 2 Lakh - 2.5 Lakh
    Off Road, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Adventure bikes, like SUVs, are not going out of fashion any time soon! And while KTM, Honda and Triumph are getting big ADVs, Benelli will be launching the TRK 251 in India too. It will be using the same 250 cc single-cylinder motor which is used in the Leoncino 250, making 25.5 bhp at 9,250 rpm and torque of 21.1 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The suspension features an upside-down fork with 41 mm diameter tubes up front and a rear swinging arm with central damper and 60 mm of travel. The TRK 251 gets a braking system consisting of a single floating 280 mm disc with 4-piston calliper on the front and 240 mm with single-piston calliper at the rear. We expect the motorcycle to be launched in early 2020 with prices somewhere between Rs. 2 - 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

  • Suzuki Katana

    Expected Price: ₹ 13 Lakh - 14 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) revived the iconic Katana name by unveiling it in India at the 2020 Auto Expo. The motorcycle gets classic design, which is complemented by modern styling elements as well as technology. Suzuki Katan name has been taken from Suzuki’s past, wherein it was a popular sport-touring machine with the same nameplate. Based on the Suzuki GSX-S1000F, the 2020 Suzuki Katana comes powered by a 999 cc, in-line four-cylinder engine.

  • TVS Zeppelin

    Expected Price: ₹ 2 Lakh - 3.2 Lakh
    Cruiser, Electric
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    Overview :

    The bike has the typical, relaxed cruiser stance and looks striking, especially in its shades of brown and matt black. The overall design of the bike is pretty contemporary and it feels well-finished. Adding to the looks is the retro-styled fuel tank and the flat-track style handlebar.

  • Yamaha MT-03

    Expected Price: ₹ 3 Lakh - 3.5 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Yamaha has unveiled the 2020 Yamaha MT-03, and has confirmed that the 321 cc naked version of the 2020 Yamaha YZF-R3 will be launched in Europe. In India, Yamaha offers the Yamaha YZF-R3, but only offers the Yamaha MT-09 and the 150 cc Yamaha MT-15. Both the Yamaha MT-07 and the Yamaha MT-03 have so far not been offered on sale in India. But that may change next year, if Yamaha decides to introduce the 321 cc, streetfighter, possibly as a 2020 model, to position it in the rapidly growing 250-400 cc motorcycle segment.

  • Harley-Davidson Bronx Streetfighter

    Expected Price: ₹ 10 Lakh - 12 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Harley-Davidson will launch the Bronx motorcycle in India by late 2020 or early 2021. It was unveiled at the EICMA 2019 Motorcycle Show in Milan, Italy. The Bronx will be the first Harley-Davidson to get the 975 cc version of H-D's new Revolution Max engine, a liquid-cooled, DOHC, 60-degree v-twin. The engine will put out a claimed maximum output of 115 bhp and in excess of 95 Nm of peak torque. The Bronx uses the engine as a stressed member of the frame, which is a lightweight unit, and the engine is said to sport a counter-balancer to keep vibrations in check on the 60-degree v-twin, which will be called the Revolution Max 975. Detailed specifications have still not been revealed yet. Expect some changes, both cosmetic and technical to the final production model when it's launched by the end of 2020.

  • Harley-Davidson LiveWire

    Expected Price: ₹ 20.5 Lakh - 20.6 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
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    Overview :

    The Harley-Davidson LiveWire is the first electric cruiser from the American motorcycle manufacturer. The Harley-Davidson LiveWire is powered by an all-new electric powertrain which Harley-Davidson calls the “Revelation”. It uses what is called an internal permanent magnet synchronous motor which has a power output of 78 kW or 104.6 bhp and with a peak torque output of 116 Nm. The LiveWire has a claimed acceleration time from 0-100 kmph in 3.5 seconds, and is claimed to reach 128 kmph from 100 kmph in less than two seconds. Top speed is rated at 177 kmph.

  • KTM 790 Adventure

    Expected Price: ₹ 10 Lakh - 11 Lakh
    Off Road, Petrol
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    Overview :

    KTM India’s new and upcoming middleweight adventure bike is the KTM 790 Adventure. It was showcased at the India Bike Week 2019 in Goa. The 790 Adventure though has just been showcased, and not officially launched in India. According to KTM India, the middleweight adventure bike has been showcased to gauge people's reaction, although it's no secret that the 790 Adventure will be launched sometime in mid- or the second half of 2020. The KTM 790 Adventure is based on the KTM 790 Duke and is likely to be the second big, parallel-twin engine KTM to be launched in India.

  • Jan 2021
  • Husqvarna Vitpilen 401

    Expected Price: ₹ 2.5 Lakh - 3 Lakh
    Sports, Petrol
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    Overview :

    KTM-owned Swedish motorcycle brand Husqvarna is slated to enter India soon and will be bringing its motorcycle range to the country. While the launch still some time away, the manufacturer's much-awaited offerings Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 and Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 have been caught testing in the country. Both motorcycles were showcased as concepts at EICMA 2016, while the production version arrived a year later and have already been launched internationally.

  • Honda Forza 300

    Expected Price: ₹ 2.5 Lakh - 3 Lakh
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    The Honda Forza 300 is the brand’s first maxi-scooter model in India, which is yet to be launched in the country. However, the company surprisingly announced that it will be delivering the four units of Forza 300 scooter to the customers who had pre-booked the model. The brand’s new flagship offering is expected to be launched in India by early 2021. The upcoming Honda Forza 300 will be one of the first-of-its-kind offering, which will be a proper maxi-scooter for the Indian market.

  • Feb 2021
  • Hero Duet-E

    Expected Price: ₹ 48,000 - 52,000
    Scooter, Electric
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    Overview :

    The concept scooter from Hero, Duet E, is aimed at providing a comfortable, convenient, and environmentally-friendly commuting option. The scooter has been based on the current production series scooter, the Duet, to make it cost effective.

  • Mar 2021
  • TVS Creon

    Expected Price: ₹ 72,000 - 82,000
    Scooter, Electric
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    The TVS Creon has been described as a "performance-oriented, electric scooter concept". TVS says that the new Creon concept is a testament to the fact that electric scooters can be both exciting as well as environment-friendly, and is capable of hitting 0-100 kmph in just 5.1 seconds. The concept scooter can also charge up to 80 per cent capacity in just 60 minutes to its lithium-ion battery pack. While it's not clear when the Creon will make it to production, but it sure has us excited.

  • May 2021
  • Piaggio Vespa GTS 300

    Expected Price: ₹ 4 Lakh - 5 Lakh
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Piaggio India is planning to add yet another model to its range of scooters dubbed GTS 300. Taking the CBU route, the premium scooter will reportedly be one of the most expensive scooters in its league and is expected to be priced at Rs 4 lakh (ex-showroom, price). Powered by the 278cc, single cylinder engine, GTS 300.

  • Jun 2021
  • Suzuki SV 650

    Expected Price: ₹ 7.5 Lakh - 8.5 Lakh
    Commuter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    Suzuki Motorcycles has revealed the 2020 SV650 for global markets. The naked middleweight motorcycle will go on sale in Japan first and then launched in other markets. The motorcycle gets new colour schemes for 2020, which are Mystic Silver Metallic, Matte Black Metallic and a Glass Sparkle Black. The frame of the motorcycle is done in different colour than the base colour, for the first two colour schemes. The Glass Sparkle Black is basically an all-black colour scheme, with blacked out parts and even a blacked out frame.

  • Jul 2021
  • Lambretta V125

    Expected Price: ₹ 87,000 - 95,000
    Scooter, Petrol
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    Overview :

    V-Special was unveiled at the Lambretta 70th Anniversary Rally last month. It is a modern interpretation of classic design featuring latest technology, and is offered in three engine options and multiple colour shades. The V-Special is available in three types - V50, V125 and V200.

  • Oct 2021
  • Hero Electric AE-47

    Expected Price: ₹ 1.25 Lakh - 1.5 Lakh
    Sports, Electric
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    The Hero Electric AE-47 electric motorcycle has a claimed top speed of 85 kmph, with a range of over 160 km on a single charge in Eco mode.

  • Jan 2022
  • TVS Dazz

    Expected Price: ₹ 55,000 - 60,000
    Scooter, Petrol
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    TVS is surely gearing up to launch new products in the scooter segment in India. Recently, the TVS Dazz was spotted testing in India near Bengaluru. The TVS Dazz was also showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo but wasn't introduced in the Indian market. It was manufactured for south-east Asian markets such as Indonesia. TVS manufactures the Dazz in both carburetted and fuel-injected version. But whether TVS will bring both variants to India is still not clear. The Dazz gets a 110 cc single-cylinder engine.

  • Dec 2024
  • Triumph Street Cup

    Expected Price: ₹ 8 Lakh - 9.5 Lakh
    Cruiser, Petrol
    Alert on launch
    Overview :

    Triumph will offer the Bonneville T100 and a T100 Black variant, but the British bike maker is unlikely to offer the 'Black' edition in India. Triumph doesn't offer the T120 Black on sale in India as well. Read Our First Drive Review on Triumph Bonneville T120 Black.

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