Don’t have the time to keep up with all the action in the two-wheeler industry? Don’t sweat it; we have you covered. We’ve compiled all the two-wheeler launches from June 2021, including everything from entry-level neo-retro motorcycles to Italian exotics. Read on to check it out…
Yamaha FZ-X And Fascino:
Yamaha finally forayed into the neo-retro segment with the entry-level FZ-X, a bike based on the framework of the FZS-Fi series. It’s perhaps the most important launch for Yamaha this year as it’ll help the company tap into some of the sales from the thriving retro segment. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
But it doesn’t end there. The Japanese giant also unveiled the 2021 Fascino and Ray-ZR, which have been updated comprehensively this year. Both scooters get a host of improved features, a hybrid engine, and new colours to choose from. Head here to check it out.
BS6 Ducati Panigale V4 And Diavel 1260:
Ducati’s flagship products, the Panigale V4 and Diavel 1260, have eluded the Indian market for over a year, thanks to the pandemic. But the wait is finally over. Both the Panigale and Diavel 1260 have been launched in India with BS6-compliant engines. Click on the following links to read about them.
2021 BMW S 1000 R
The premium motorcycle segment was one of the most happening spaces this month. BMW Motorrad introduced the 2021 S 1000 R in India to take on the Ducati Streetfighter V4 and Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS. At Rs 17.90 lakh for the standard model, the 2021 S 1000 R is one of the more affordable options in the segment. Intrigued? Read about the litre-class bike in detail here.
2021 Honda Gold Wing
Honda joined the party with the 2021 Honda Gold Wing. The luxury tourer was updated earlier this year with a few minor changes. It’s available in two variants: a 6-speed manual transmission and a Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) + Airbag version. Sadly, it costs an arm and a leg. Click here for prices.
Qubit X1 and X2 e-Bikes
There’s always room for some fun little e-bikes in India. Qubit, a new e-bike brand in India, launched two of its products this month: the X1 and X2. What’s interesting is that they can be folded up, making it easy for you to carry them to your house or store them in your car. Thinking of getting one for yourself? Here’s how much you need to shell out
Gravton Quanta Electric Moped
Last but not least is Hyderabad-based EV startup Gravton Motors. The company has launched its first electric offering, the Quanta, at an introductory price of Rs 99,000. It features two swappable 3kWh lithium-ion battery packs in its Rib caged chassis. The single battery pack can deliver a claimed range of 150km (and 320km if you use both). We’ve covered the launch in detail here.
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