Two-wheelers Launched In June 2021: Yamaha FZ-X, BMW S 1000 R And More
With the lockdown restrictions eased gradually, the Indian two-wheeler industry witnessed a few new entries
With the dealerships and production units reopening, the Indian two-wheeler industry has slowly started shifting back into gear. A few brands even went ahead and launched their latest offerings in India. Here’s a lowdown of all the new entrants.
Qubit X1 And X2 Foldable E-bikes
Bengaluru-based startup Coppernicus Mobility debuted two foldable e-bikes: the X1 and X2. With quite an attractive price tag, both the e-bikes come loaded with features and claim to offer a decent range as well. Head here to read the full story.
2021 Ducati Panigale V4
Expanding its portfolio in the Indian market, Ducati launched its flagship supersports bike, the 2021 Panigale V4, at Rs 23.50 lakh onwards. But how different is the Bolognia rocket in its BS6 avatar? Here’s your answer.
2021 Ducati Diavel 1260
Apart from the ludicrous Panigale V4, the Italian manufacturer also launched the 2021 Diavel 1260. The Ducati power cruiser now costs more than its predecessor, but does that get you any more goodies? Click here to find out.
2021 BMW S 1000 R
BMW Motorrad India launched the 2021 S 1000 R at Rs 17.90 lakh onwards, ruffling a few feathers in the Italian nest. The Bavarian street-fighter has received a major overhaul, both cosmetic and mechanical fronts. Check out the launch story for all the details.
2021 Honda Gold Wing
In the mix of performance-oriented bikes, the Indian motorcycle market also welcomed Honda’s updated luxury tourer, the 2021 Gold Wing. Not much has been altered on the latest iteration of the Honda Gold Wing, but it still gets an eye-watering new asking price. How much? Read the launch story and find out.
Yamaha FZ-X And Fascino
The Yamaha FZ-X finally broke cover this month, after being spotted multiple times. It is the only neo-retro offering in the segment. But what does the FZ-X offer? We’ve covered all the details here. With that being said, the Japanese two-wheeler giant also unveiled two of its 125cc scooters with noteworthy upgrades. We’ve addressed all of those here.
Gravton Quanta Electric Moped
Last but not least, another startup to enter the Indian EV two-wheeler space is Gravton Motors with the Quanta moped. As an introductory offer, the Quanta is priced at Rs 99,000 and claims to offer enough juice for one to commute from Mumbai to Pune and back, in just a single charge. Here are the full details.