India is one of the largest flashing two-wheeler markets globally. 2018 was tested to be a marvelous year with reams of motorcycle launches. There will be the bundle of adventure bikes put in motion as well.
2019 pact to be one more additional year with a bunch of new motorcycles scheduled to launch across different segments in India.
Here is the list of some enchanting motorcycle rides which will be launched in India next year.
There were trifling launches in 110 – 160 cc engine segments, listed below are few:
- Bajaj Discover 110
- TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
- Honda X-Blade and
- Hero Xtreme 200R
The eagerly awaited launch was of the BMW G 310 Twins and the Royal Enfield 650 Twins, which were the most foreseen launch of the year.
Within Reach is a series of few upcoming two-wheeler models 2019:
1. KTM 390 Adventure: Overview & Specifications
KTM has gained a lot of popularity in the Indian market in a very short interval of time. KTM 390Adventure is one of the largest anticipated motorcycles in the country to date.
The sense of mind is simple enthusiasts want an inexpensive, go anywhere motorcycle that’s also loaded with technology.
The 390 Adventure will mechanized by the same 373.2cc single-cylinder motor, the Duke 390 is powered with. It bobs up mated to a six-speed gearbox. ABS will grant as standard.
1. Engine – 373.2 cc
2. Max. Power – 41 BHP
3. Peak Torque – 37 Nm
4. Transmission – 6-Speed Manual
Unchangeably, the engine is same as the one seen on the KTM Duke 390 bringing forth 42.9 BHP and 35 NM torque coupled with a 6-speed gearbox.
2. Triumph Scrambler 1200: Overview & Specifications
For the first time evermore, the new Scrambler 1200 line-up brings out the capping down the combination of 1200cc Bonneville twin power. The perfect new benchmark for classic head defining capability, this motorcycle brings out everything required to take your riding fun to the most thrilling level on the road and off it.
This is an extreme level step forward for Triumph’s incredible custom classic offering that brings class-leading performance, equipment, and technology specifications to a new motorbike range, designed and built for all-road and off-road adventures too.
1. Front Brake Type – Disc
2. Rear Brake Type – Disc
3. Engine Type – Parallel Twin, 8-Valve, SOHC
4. Engine Displacement – 1200 cc
1. ABS – Dual Channel
2. Head Lamp – LED with LED DRLs
3. Speedometer – Digital
4. Odometer – Digital
● Engine and Transmission:
1. Engine Displacement – 1200 cc
2. Maximum Power 90 PS @ 7400 rpm
3. Maximum Torque 110 Nm @ 3950 rpm
3. Honda CBR650R: Overview & Specifications
- Twin Headlight Design
The twin headlight design is encouraged from the liter-class CBR1000RR, leaving the oddments behind the old single headlight design that looked more like a faired version of some street machine.
2. Aggressive Riding Position
Honda has craved several notable changes to the sitting position of the rider on the new CBR650R.
3. Smart Exhaust
The four-into-one exhaust classification on the CBR650R is smarter than all others accessible in this segment. The unit is short, well placed and looks perfect on a 650cc bike.
1. Engine Description – Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 16-valve DOHC inline-4 cylinder
2. Fuel System – PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
3. Displacement – 649 cc Maximum Power – 95 HP @12,000rpm
4. TVS Zeppelin 220: Overview & Specifications
These motorcycle visage low seat height, forward-biased foot-pegs and smaller than usual rim size. Allthese guarantee high levels of amenity and control from the motorcycle.
● New Age Design:
The engine bay is neat, altogether filled and highlighted with silver inserts. TVS is using belt-drive for the concept version, making it the first motorcycle of its segment to lug the feature.
TVS Zeppelin 220 pops up with premium 41mm USD front forks, full-LED headlight, belt-drive, and grippy Pirelli tires. The addition of a sporty exhaust system polished in black shade and independent tire hugger makes Zeppelin is an eye-candy for bike lovers.
● Performance Technology: The exclusive electric boost system of Zeppelin can avail riders achieve more mileage per every refill. The 220cc engine is great for 20 BHP at 8500 rpm and 18.5 Nm at 7000 rpm.