All The Bikes & Scooters Launched In February 2023
The shortest month of the year was good for electrics and ICE alike
While you might not have had a date to look forward to in the month Valentine’s Day falls, we are sure, the auto industry had you on the edge of your seat with anticipation for the launch of a new bike or scooter. And here are all the two-wheelers that debuted/entered the market in the last month.
Bengaluru-based River launched its first e-scooter called Indie at Rs 1,24,999 (ex-showroom Bengaluru, including FAME II subsidy). It gets an attractive design and a bunch of interesting features along with 55 litres of storage.
Yamaha launched the updated MT-15 V2, R15 V4, FZ-X and introduced the new FZ-S Version 4.0. All bikes get their own set of interesting updates, and also get traction control as standard! Head here for more details on what’s new on the MT-15 V2 and R15 V4.
Following the launch of the bikes, Yamaha India also updated the Fascino 125 Fi and Ray ZR scooters for 2023 and both are now greener than ever and come painted in snazzier schemes.
Ola Electric surprised the country by introducing three new variants to its S1 and S1 Air electric scooter lineup. They come in varying battery sizes and here’s everything you need to know about them.
Okaya Fast F2F
Delhi-based e-scooter manufacturer Okaya EV has launched the Faast F2F in India at Rs 83,999 (ex-showroom). It is the most affordable electric scooter from the brand under the Faast range, more details here.
Bounce Infinity e1
Bengaluru-based Bounce Infinity had debuted an all-new variant of its e1 electric scooter. The limited edition variant gets a blacked out treatment, better aesthetic and more.