The year 2022 will bring significant growth in the Indian two-wheeler industry, especially for brands like Royal Enfield, Yezdi, etc. On the other hand, brands like Bajaj Auto and KTM will also introduce new vehicles. So let us know.
New generation KTM RC390: While KTM has already unveiled new generation RC200 motorcycles in India. The Performance Motorcycle brand has also announced that it will be offering a fully updated RC390 in the coming months. However, he did not specify when the launch would take place. Pricing for the new generation RC390 is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2022.
Royal Enfield 350 Hunter: The iconic Chennai-based bicycle maker has a line of new products in the pipeline, and Hunter 350 is almost confirmed as one of Royal Enfield’s next bikes. It will be another product based on the Meteor 350 platform but will have a different style, design and configuration. There are also plans to have a tripper navigation system when it launches.
Road-focused Royal Enfield Himalayan: In addition to the Hunter 350, the company is also developing a more road-oriented Himalayan motorcycle. It was also disclosed earlier through its scale model. It has the same engine, same chassis, while some components – mainly design and ergonomics – will be changed. It is expected to launch by mid-2022.
Royal Enfield / Classic 650 shotgun: One of Royal Enfield’s biggest launches next year will be the cruiser model based on the existing 650cc platform. It will either appear as a classic 650 or as a 650 shotgun.
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