The electric Husqvarna scooter will be manufactured at the Bajaj plant in Chakan.
The E-Pilen will be available with two motor options - 4kW and 10kW.
Ultraviolette Automotive’s first product, the F77, is set to go on sale next year.
Honda and Hero have reported the most notable increase in year-on-year sales.
BMW Motorrad has reserved as many as 11 names for its future electric two-wheelers, classified as DC for motorcycles ...
Along with the update to meet the more stringent norms, bikes that use the 500cc engine get new colour schemes.
Four new models have been spied so far - the next-gen Classic, the Meteor, an all-new single-cylinder model and a twi...
The SXR160 will now arrive in November, and the SXR125 is expected to follow shortly after.
The Vespa Racing Sixties uses a colour scheme that’s inspired from racing liveries from the 1960s.
BMW has used a new coating material called tetrahedral amorphous carbon (ta-C), which is a type of industrial diamond...
The new Honda Hornet 2.0 takes on the likes of the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, Bajaj Pulsar NS160 a...
The new engine could replace the iconic V-twin in the Suzuki SV650 and V-Strom 650.
Ather will soon inaugurate its new manufacturing facility in Hosur, following which it is looking to begin exports to...
The four-cylinder naked will gain new electronics and features, along with a BS6-compliant engine
We list out five key things about the 2020 Honda Hornet 2.0 that will bring you up to speed on what the bike has to o...
The bike appears to be using the 650cc parallel-twin from the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650.
Apart from an updated engine, the BS6-compliant bikes also appear to sport minor styling tweaks.
The Racing Sixties is a retro, race-inspired variant of the SXL 150.
There are no other changes aside from the BS6-compliant engine.
The new Revolt showroom is located in Andheri West.
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