Upcoming Two-Wheeler Launches in India for 2024

The year 2024 has already seen a slew of exciting two-wheeler launches, and the remaining months promise even more thrilling introductions. Here’s a comprehensive list of bikes and scooters set to debut in India soon.

Bajaj CNG Bike: July 5 Bajaj is set to launch a unique CNG bike on July 5. While not the most powerful or pricey, this bifuel model aims to cut running costs by nearly half, an attractive proposition given current fuel prices.

Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450: July 17 Launching on July 17, the Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450 will be the second model to use the liquid-cooled Sherpa 450 engine. With its sleek design, telescopic fork, and alloy wheels, this bike promises to make a significant impact.

BMW CE 04: July 24 BMW’s CE 04 electric scooter, set to launch on July 24, features an 8.9kWh battery and a motor capable of reaching 120 km/h. Weighing 179kg, it offers a unique riding experience in the premium electric two-wheeler segment. Additionally, the BMW CE 02 e-scooter is also expected to launch in India this year.

BSA Gold Star 650: August 15 The BSA Gold Star 650, powered by a Rotax-sourced 652cc engine delivering 45hp and 55Nm of torque, will debut in India on August 15. Positioned in the same price range as the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, this bike is anticipated to attract considerable attention.

Hero Xoom 125R and Xoom 160 Hero’s Xoom 125R, showcased at EICMA last year, is unique with its 14-inch wheels and a single-cylinder engine producing 9.5hp and 10.14Nm. It’s expected to launch in the second half of the year. The larger Xoom 160, featuring a 156cc liquid-cooled engine with 14hp and 13.7Nm of torque, will also debut later this year.

Triumph Daytona 660 The Triumph Daytona 660, producing 95hp, is now listed on Triumph’s Indian website, suggesting an imminent launch. This model revives the iconic Daytona name and is set to become the most powerful bike in Triumph’s 660cc range.

Ducati Hypermotard 698 Ducati’s Hypermotard 698, a single-cylinder bike, is set to launch soon. With a 659cc engine delivering 77.5hp and 63Nm of torque, it’s expected to be the priciest single-cylinder bike in India, being directly imported from Italy.

Honorable Mentions

  • Next-Gen KTM 390 Adventure: Spotted testing in India, it might debut globally at EICMA, with a possible Indian launch before year-end.
  • Triumph Thruxton 400: A cafe racer based on a new 398cc platform, potentially launching as a variant of the Speed 400.
  • Yamaha R7, MT-07, and MT-09: Expected to launch in India by year-end.
  • Honda CBR650R: A recent patent filing hints at a possible comeback of the popular 650cc model.
  • Aprilia Tuono 457: Expected to debut at EICMA and launch in India subsequently.
  • Royal Enfield Classic Series: A new 650cc model and a revamped 350cc lineup are anticipated to hit showrooms before the year ends.

The remainder of 2024 looks promising for two-wheeler enthusiasts in India with these upcoming launches offering a mix of innovation, performance, and style.

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