We have compiled you a list of the upcoming bikes in India and they include everything from a beginner’s sports bike to liter class supersports.
This year has already seen a number of amazing launches from many of the motorcycle brands in the country. However, we are not even half way down the year and there are many more brilliant motorcycles that are in the line, waiting to be launches this year. Here we have compiled a list of the upcoming bikes that are scheduled for launch in India:
KTM RC 125
The Duke 125 was launched some time ago and has received very good response from the Indian audience. Going by the success of the naked sibling, the fully fared KTM RC 125 could very well be the perfect beginners sports bike in the country. It is expected to be launched by the end of this month and will be priced around Rs. 1.4 lakhs.
The Yamaha MT-03 is the naked version of the YZF-R3. It looks quite similar to its younger 250 cc sibling – the MT-25, which is not available in India though. The bike features characteristic sharp lines from Yamaha, has an exposed frame and a beefy tank. It is expected to launch sometime in June and will be priced around Rs. 3 lakhs.
Revolt Electric Motorcycle
The future of the automobile is imminently electric. Revolt is a new start-up based in Gurgaon who manufactures electric motorcycles. This electric motorcycle from Revolt will also have artificial intelligence. The sketches reveal that its a naked motorcycle and has rather impressive styling. It is expected to launch in June and will be priced around Rs. 1.2 lakhs.
This Italian manufacturer has quite a few launches lined up in the coming days and one of them is the 402S. The motorcycle looks a lot like the Ducati Diavel and those looking for a bike of that stance but not so much performance, might find this motorcycle quite tasteful. This too is expected to launch in June and will be priced around Rs. 3.8 lakhs.
Sticking to the Italian manufacturer, Benelli will also be launching the Leoncino. The Leoncino is Benelli’s take on the scrambler range of motorcycles and we can expect both road and off-road variants of this 500 cc motorcycle. With a very appealing styling working in its favor, the Leoncino is also expected to launch in June and will be priced around Rs. 4.5 lakhs.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 400
After the RS 200, Bajaj is now readying its bigger sibling, the RS 400. Of course, the RS 400 will be much more on performance and will feature revised styling as well. This is still some time away, towards the end this year but it will sure appeal to Bajaj fans looking at bigger displacement bikes. It will be priced around Rs. 2 lakhs.
BMW S 1000 RR
The BMW S 1000 RR is one of the most sensational liter class supersport motorcycles in the country. The second generation of the S 1000 RR is due just next month and it is perfect is almost every regard, be it performance, electronics, styling or just drama. It will cost above Rs. 20 lakhs and will take on the other liter class super sport motorcycles in the country.
Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro/950 S
After the immense success of the Multistrada line-up in India, Ducati is expanding the Multistrada range with the 1260 Enduro and the 950S. The Ducati Multistrada is one of the best adventure tourer motorcycles you can buy in the country and with these two new bikes, the range will be much more accessible. The Enduro will cost around Rs. 19 lakhs and the 950 S will be around Rs. 14.5 lakhs when they are launched next month.
The Honda CB650R is the naked version of the CBR650R. With the CB650R, Honda will have another offering in the middle-weight segment. The CBR650R never really took off like it should have but with its naked sibling, there are high expectations riding on it. This is also expected to be launched in June and will be priced around Rs. 7.5 lakhs.
KTM Duke 790
The Duke line-up has been an immense success in the country. Naked, raw and brimming with performance all the time, the 790 will be next offering in the Duke range and will also be the most powerful KTM we have in the country. Select showrooms have already started accepting bookings and it is expected to launch this July. It will be priced around Rs. 7 lakhs.
So here we had compiled a list of the upcoming bikes in India in the next couple of months. From beginner level sports bikes to adventure tourer motorcycles to full fledged liter class super sports bikes, Indian motorcyclists are in for a treat for the next couple of months. The Indian motorcycle market has indeed grown by leaps and bounds in the last few years, indeed!