A lot transpired in the last week of April 2021, from new launches and upcoming motorcycles to possible future products. Just in case you missed out, here’s a complete download on all the happenings in the two-wheeler space this week.
FZ-X Spotted On A Commercial Shoot
We’ve already seen Yamaha testing the upcoming FZ-X in India. However, the images were a bit hazy, making it a bit hard to properly decode the design. This time around though, the FZ-X has been spotted again, possibly on a commercial shoot. It’s the clearest images yet, which give us a closer look at the bike’s design, underpinnings and possible colour options. Head here to check it out.
Hunter 350 Spotted And Shotgun Name Trademark
Royal Enfield seems to be sticking to its promise of rolling out several models under its new ‘J’ platform. The most recent catch is the Hunter 350 in what could be the clearest images yet. The bike looks almost production-ready and even seems to be equipped with accessories that could be introduced with the bike. Head here to check it out.
In other news, the business also trademarked the name Shotgun which could be perfect for one of its new 650cc bikes. While the name hints at a bobber style motorcycle, it might just be something a bit more traditional. More details here.
Hayabusa Launched & Sold Out
The legendary Busa has made a comeback in the Indian market in its 2021 avatar. The Rs 16.40 lakh (ex-showroom) price tag brings with it a new design, better electronics and improved hardware. The price may sound like a lot at first, but bear in mind that it’s still among the cheapest litre-class bikes here in India. In fact, the bike flew off the shelves even before most of you could open the website.
Pan America 1250 Launched In India
One of the biggest surprises this week was Harley-Davidson’s re-entry into India. It announced the prices of its 2021 lineup for the Indian market. But that wasn’t even the best part: The American bike maker launched the Pan America 1250 in India at a stonking price of Rs 16.90 lakh. Here’s how it fares against its German and Italian rivals.
Honda’s onslaught in the entry-level performance two-wheeler segment continues with the trademark of a new bike, the NX200. It’s expected to be a road-biased adventure tourer based on the Hornet 2.0. Here’s what you need to know.
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