If you’re interested in riding the latest technology bikes in India, there are a number of great options available. From the EeVe Tesoro to the TVS iQube, there’s a model out there for you to consider. There’s also a brand new motorcycle from Honda Motorcycles India.
The TVS iQube latest technology bike in India is a modern scooter that has the look of a traditional scooter with futuristic touches. It has a sleek headlamp with LED DRLs and a U-shaped design for the handlebar cowl. It also has a spacious footboard and a large storage compartment under the seat. Other features include a USB charging socket under the seat and luggage hooks.
The TVS iQube comes with full LED illumination and a full-colour TFT instrument cluster. Its console also shows incoming call and text message notifications. It also has a Q-Park feature for easier parking. It weighs 118kg and rides on 12-inch wheels.
Evolet Hawk electric bike
The Evolet Hawk is a full-faired electric bike that is designed for sporty riders. It features a sculpted front fairing, a projector headlamp, a full-digital instrument console, telescopic front forks and monoshock rear suspension. It has a range of 150 km and a top speed of 80 km/h. It also has a battery that can last for more than ten hours.
The Evolet Hawk is equipped with a lithium-Ion battery that produces power efficiently and easily. This battery technology is highly efficient and requires minimum maintenance. It also provides better torques and reaction than other battery types. The Evolet Hawk is extremely light and offers excellent performance and versatility.
EeVe Tesoro electric bike
The EeVe Tesoro electric bicycle is one of the premium offerings of Eeve India. It features an inverted front fork and a rear monoshock and is equipped with disc brakes on both ends. It will be available for sale in October 2020, and is expected to cost around Rs 1 lakh ex-showroom. When released, it will compete against the Revolt RV 400.
The company also plans to launch the Forseti electric scooter in India, a smaller version of the Tesoro. Both models are electric and will be available by the end of 2020. EeVe India already has a small line-up of electric two-wheelers, primarily based on Chinese EVs. The Tesoro, however, will be a major step forward for the electric mobility company.
Honda Motorcycles India’s new motorcycle
Honda Motorcycles India has recently unveiled its plans for the future of the Indian motorcycle market. The company plans to focus on alternative mobility and future technologies. As part of its plans, it is strengthening its Manesar plant and integrating flex-fuel technology into its product portfolio. Additionally, it plans to introduce a new low-end motorcycle in the commuter segment.
The new 160cc motorcycle may replace the XBlade in the Honda India catalog. This new model is also expected to be equipped with premium technology. The new motorcycle is expected to come with all-solid-state batteries. It is priced at Rs 2,25,900 for the Deluxe variant and Rs 2,28,900 for the Deluxe Pro version.
Royal Enfield’s new motorcycle
Royal Enfield has released a new motorcycle, the Classic 350, that uses new technology to improve the motorcycle’s performance. The Classic 350’s engine is a 349cc air/oil cooled single-cylinder DOHC engine. The new motorcycle features post-war styling, larger brakes, and dual-channel ABS to improve handling and stability. The Classic 350 was developed in collaboration with Royal Enfield’s two technology centers. It is an example of global collaboration between Royal Enfield and its partners.
The first Royal Enfield Bullet was introduced in 1909. It was a 350 cc single engine. It was purchased by the British army and later supplied to the RAF. The British Army also bought Bullets for dispatch riders, and 3,000 were built during the Second World War. The company refreshed its model line in 1939 and continued to improve it with new technology. Different models had different cylinder heads, and some of them featured swing-arm frame rear suspension.