Check list of the upcoming bikes launching in August
In addition to new products from known companies, August may bring a lot of excitement as an Italian two-wheeler company may enter India.
With several upcoming new debuts, including electric scooters and retro-modern motorcycles, this month promises to be very intriguing and interesting. In addition to new products from known companies, August may bring a lot of excitement as an Italian two-wheeler company may enter India. One can expect a new Royal Enfield model that is likely to join the modern-classic trend. Additionally, Hero MotoCorp is planning to relaunch a product that it had earlier discontinued.
Let’s have a look at the list of the bikes to be unveiled in the month of August:
Royal Enfield Hunter
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is the first motorcycle scheduled to make its debut in the first week of August. Many have been eagerly awaiting the Hunter. However, the wait is soon to end. Additionally, customers shall get to ride the motorcycle extensively in order to describe its performance and determine whether the excitement is justified. The Hunter will undoubtedly be the most approachable Royal Enfield yet. Not just in terms of the height and weight of the seats, but also in terms of the cost, which is probably in the range of Rs. 1.30-1.40 lakh ex-showroom.
Honda CB350 Brigade
On August 8, Honda will release its following product. Despite the lack of information regarding this model from the company’s end, there is a high possibility that it will be the CB 350 Brigade, a name that Honda previously registered as a trademark. This will be a variant of Honda’s current CB350 series, which includes the CB350RS, as is evident from the name. Similar to the Classic 350 Signals, which pays homage to the bikes used by the British armed forces during World War II, this might be a CB350 Hness variant with a military link. Furthermore, the cost is likely to be higher than that of its prior models.
Hero Xpulse 200T
The Hero Xpulse 200T, which was recently spotted in the open with a facelift, maybe the next motorbike on the list. The motorcycle was initially introduced in 2019 alongside the Xpulse 200, it was however canceled in the middle of 2020, primarily because of slow sales. Hero MotoCorp currently looks like it is getting ready to bring the bike back, most likely in August. The addition of the new four-valve motor along with the updated look will undoubtedly raise the new Xpulse 200T’s desirability.
The American company hinted at the Nightster’s coming to India last month; its formal release is most likely scheduled around August. The Nightster’s components are likewise up to date, featuring dual-channel ABS, three riding modes, traction control, and torque control. The majority of the design is similar to the Forty-Eight and Iron 883, however, some adjustments have been made to make it appear fresh. This design adheres to the Harley spirit. The Nightster might cost just over Rs 12 lakh and be available in three different color variants.
Moto Morini is the Italian brand that is prepared to enter India and has teamed with Adishwar Auto Ride India for its retail operations here. Four 650cc motorcycles from Moto Morini are to be shipped to India, and to be formally introduced in August. These four models include the X-Cape 650 and X-Cape 650X, two adventure tourers. These bikes have 19-17-inch wheels with long travel suspension and a high 175mm ground clearance, which is typical of ADVs. There are several products in this market segment that are prepared to compete with Moto Morini goods.