Upcoming Bikes in India: If you are a motorcycle lover then this news is going to be very special for you. So far this year, many companies like Bajaj, Royal Enfield, Harley Davidson, Hero, Honda and Triumph have launched their powerful bikes. At the same time, this year some more amazing bikes are ready to show their strength in the market. You can get some information about Upcoming Bikes in India. Know what are the complete details.
Possible details of Royal Enfield Himalayan 452 bike
Royal Enfield, which has a strong hold in the bike market, is gathering a lot of buzz about its upcoming motorcycle. It is being claimed in many media reports that the company can launch the Himalayan 452 model in the Indian market soon. In this bike, USD front fork can be given in the front wheel along with LED headlights and LED taillights. A 451.65cc single cylinder engine can be found in the bike. 6 speed gearbox can be provided with it. The company has not confirmed any of this.
Estimated features of Aprilia RS 457 bike
This bike of Aprilia company can be a new bike in the RS series. It is being said in many reports that this bike can be given silver finish aluminum frame with LED headlamps, LED taillights, TFT screen. The bike can come with a 457cc twin cylinder engine with liquid cooled technology. This bike can be launched soon. However, there is no official information about it yet.
Possible information about Triumph Scrambler 400
Triumph company can bring Scrambler 400 It is being said in many reports that a 400cc engine can be given in this bike. The bike can get liquid cooled technology with a single engine. Also, disc brake and ABS feature can be found on both the wheels of the bike. This bike can be launched by the end of the year. At present there is no official information about it.
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