Two-Wheelers Launched In August 2023: A Recap
The TVS X electric scooter and the Hero Karizma XMR were the biggest highlights
August has seen a flurry of activity in the world of two-wheelers, as numerous motorcycle and scooter manufacturers have launched their latest offerings. Let's delve into the highlights of this month's launches:
The Hero Glamour received a much-needed upgrade and is now equipped with a 125cc engine that complies with OBD 2 and E20 standards. For detailed information regarding claimed mileage, pricing, and more, explore the bike details here.
On the occasion of India's Independence Day, August 15, Ola Electric made a series of major announcements, including the launch of the Ola S1 X. This event also featured the launch of the new Ola S1 Pro Gen 2. Meanwhile, the Ola S1 Air has received over 50,000 bookings and has already been delivered in over 100 cities nationwide. Delve into the comprehensive details here.
One of the most eagerly awaited launches, the TVS X electric scooter hit the market on August 23. Thankfully, the sporty e-scooter design remained true to the Creon concept showcased years earlier, though it comes with a substantial price tag.
The TVS Jupiter ZX Drum SmartXonnect variant, featuring smartphone connectivity, was also launched by the Hosur-based motorcycle manufacturer.
Although these motorcycles are scheduled for launch in September, KTM's unveiling of the 2024 iterations of the 390 Duke, 250 Duke, and 125 Duke cannot be ignored. The bikes come with comprehensive updates from top to bottom. For an in-depth look at them, explore our unveil story here.
Updates were also introduced to the Honda Hornet 2.0, which now features a BS6.2/OBD-2 compliant 184cc engine, new color schemes, and an assist and slipper clutch.
Adding to the wave of updates, Honda launched the 2023 CD110 Dream Deluxe, featuring a BS6.2-compliant 109.51cc single-cylinder engine, fresh color options, and a price increase of Rs 2,267 over its predecessor.
Ultraviolette introduced the Space Edition of the F77, offered in a limited quantity of just 10 units. These were snapped up in a mere 90 seconds, reflecting the high demand for this model that pays homage to the ISRO's accomplishments.