From the much-awaited Royal Enfield Meteor 350 to the high-end Ducati Multistrada 950S, this month is jam-packed with new launches
While last month was pretty action-packed in itself, things are set to get even more exciting this month thanks to a number of important launches scheduled by diverse brands. Here are all the two-wheelers likely to launch this month in the country:
Royal Enfield Meteor 350:
Of course, this month’s most highly-awaited motorcycle has to be the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. The cult bikemaker’s first cruiser based on an all-new platform is scheduled to be launched on the sixth of this month. From pricing and features, to specifications, and detailed variant break-down, we have compiled all the aspects of the upcoming bike in one convenient story, check it out.
Ducati Multistrada 950S:
But before the Meteor 350, the first launch of this month is going to be the Ducati Multistrada 950 S. It will be the Italian brand’s third BS6-compliant motorcycle after the Panigale V2 and the Scrambler 1100 range. The S variant comes with quite a few tricks up its sleeve to outclass the standard version. Check out all the details here.
Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade:
The unofficial pricing of Honda’s flagship track tamer, the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade was revealed back in August itself, but Honda hasn’t officially launched the motorcycle. Expect the Japanese brand to make an announcement this month. And yes, going by the unofficial pricing, you’ll have to shell out a lot for this one.
Aprilia SXR 160:
Aprilia surprised us with the unveiling of its maxi-style scooter, the SXR160 at the Auto Expo. While its launch was scheduled to happen in the subsequent months, things got delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The brand has now hinted that it will be launched this month. Here are the details.
BS6-compliant 2021 Indian Range:
Indian Motorcycle recently unveiled its Euro 5/ BS6-compliant 2021 lineup in the country. Apart from a full product lineup revamp, there are three new bikes: the minimalistic Indian Scout Bobber Twenty, the lean, mean Indian Vintage Dark Horse, and the cream-of-the-crop Indian Roadmaster Limited. Here’s what the bikes offer.
KTM 250 ADV:
Last month, the product presentation of the KTM 250 Adventure leaked online, resulting in speculations of its imminent launch. It looks like KTM could launch its baby ADV this month. It will slot right between the spartan Royal Enfield Himalayan and the KTM 390 Adventure. Check out all the nitty gritties here.
TVS Apache RR 310 Special Edition:
TVS sent out a “Block Your Date” invite for November 4, in celebration of its 4 million Apache sales milestone. The particulars of the invite hinted at the possibility of a new variant of one of the motorcycles under the Apache sub-brand. We believe it could be a new variant of the flagship Apache RR 310, and here’s why.