The new year is poised to get off to a solid start as several new motorcycles and scooters are expected to make their debuts in India in the first month. Here are all the upcoming launches expected this year's first month!
The Tork Kratos R has been on Indian roads for a year, despite the fact that it took some time for it to make its official debut. The company claims that the updated Kratos would have "new and superior aesthetics" during the Delhi Auto Expo in 2023. It will be fascinating to see if any technical or cost alterations accompany these visual changes.
The M502N, the first product from the recently acquired Chinese-owned Italian company Moto Bologna Passione, will be unveiled at the Auto Expo. This street-legal naked bike is powered by a 486cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine with 51 bhp @ 8,500 rpm and 45 Nm @ 6,750 rpm.
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650's long-awaited price announcements will be its most successful introduction to date. Before making its debut in India at Rider Mania later that same month, the interesting new cruiser from RE had its official presentation in November of last year at the EICMA in Milan. Now that the pricing announcement is almost around the corner, the final component will fit into place.
The bike itself has a tried-and-true 648cc parallel-twin engine from the Interceptor and Continental GT 650, in addition to a brand-new frame and suspension system. The long, low-slung body design of a cruiser is combined with RE firsts, including an LED headlight and an upside-down Showa fork.
Even though the Ather 450X electric scooter has recently received its most recent third-generation model, it looks that another update is still planned for this month. The scooter will apparently feature a larger-looking seat than prior models and will purportedly come in four new colour options, according to a recent presentation leak.
Matter Energy just unveiled its first electric motorcycle, and the business intends to announce the name and price of the vehicle at the 2023 Auto Show. The 10.5 kW motor and 4-speed transmission of the Matter e-bike are credited with a number of firsts. The energy source is a 5.0 kWh liquid-cooled battery pack with a reported range of 125-150 km.