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Bajaj Triumph Bike to debut in India in 2023

The joint venture between Bajaj and Triumph is likely to release its first bike on the Indian market shortly. It has been confirmed by Bajaj that the collaboratively designed bike would be launched in 2023.

The Bajaj-Triumph strategic partnership was once the topic of a rumor. Bajaj has already revealed that they would be creating a number of new items in 2022. These new bikes are targeted at a variety of market niches worldwide. According to the official release, the first bike from the JV to premiere in India would be in the year 2023. We have already known that Bajaj and Triumph are collaborating to create high-quality, reasonably priced bikes. The road bike was recently spotted being tested internationally. It resembled the appearance and basic design of a beginner’s motorbike. Mr. Rajiv Bajaj himself has revealed the details regarding the official launch of the model at the stakeholder conference, in the upcoming year.

The next Royal Enfield Hunter 350’s rival is likely to have a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, split-style seating, engine underbelly crash guard, and characteristic round headlamps. Additionally, a single exhaust tailpipe with a dual-barrel canister is anticipated for the bike.  A tall, beak-shaped front fender, knuckle guards, a short flyscreen, and a luggage rack at the back are some of the aesthetic features that have been included. The customers might also have a wide range of different accessories. Along with multiple riding modes, this new Bajaj Triumph motorbike will also have a circular semi-digital instrument cluster and full LED illumination. Dual disc brakes with dual channels of ABS will constitute the braking system.

Although the company has not yet provided any further information, each of these new motorcycles is to be powered by a powerful, single-cylinder, sub-500cc engine. This new bike will also include a liquid cooling system and a 4-valve DOHC configuration. Similar engines can be found in several Bajaj-developed KTM models. If reports are to be accepted, these motorcycles will arrive in India by the middle of 2023 and will compete with models priced between Rs 2-3 lakh. In the meantime, Royal Enfield is also putting the last touches on its new 350cc motorcycle, the new Hunter 350, which will launch in India next month.

 

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