Finally the wait is over and it has been officially confirmed by Rajiv Bajaj that Pulsar 375 will be launched in 2014. He made this announcement recently at a launch event. It is expected that Pulsar 375 will also have ‘NS’ suffix and will be a naked bike. It is expected to feature a 375cc liquid-cooled engine with triple spark technology. No official announcement has been made about the technical specifications of the bike. It is expected that Pulsar 375NS will generate maximum power of around 36 bhp with maximum torque of around 31 nm. The expected price tag of Pulsar 375NS is Rs. 1.75 lakhs.
KTM SuperbikeExpected: 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 2000000.00
KTM LC8 is compact V-Twin engine is used as a stressed member to increase the overall framework of tubular chromed steel. Like the Ducati, KTM superbike high line is powered by a liquid-cooled V double, but once again it is a little different. Their bottles are assumed to be 75 degrees instead of the Duke of traditional 90-degree V for a more compact arrangement. Non-R 1148cc RC8 simple and 15 hp less than the claimed 170 hp R made 10,250 crank rpm. R has several high-tech features, such as titanium intake valves, a compression ratio of 13.5:1 and a noble DLC low-friction treatment of his followers finger camshaft. maximum torque of 90.7 lb-ft of Rotax is said to reach 8000 rpm. We found about 150 horses pushing the rear wheel when he was four times a year AMA Andrew tuner Take the hypercycle belt test. While KTM builds his own frames from chromoly steel tubes great, high-end componentry source of global leaders such as Brembo and Marchesini of the Dolomites. fuel injection from Keihin, Japan.
KTM 390 DukeExpected: Mid 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 200000.00
Officially official now, there isn’t much about the 2013 KTM 390 Duke that we don’t already know ahead of the opening of the EICMA show. Built in India by KTM minority shareholder Bajaj, the KTM 390 Dukeis a 373cc single-cylinder bike that shares the same chassis as the KTM 125 Duke & KTM 200 Duke.
Suitable for Europe’s A2 licensing system, the largest baby Duke competes well against bikes like theHonda CBR500R and Kawasaki Ninja 300, and thus finishes out the Austrian’s bid to control the small-displacement market.
Underneath the hood, KTM’s new lump features a short stork cylinder dimension (89mm x 60mm), which is good for 43hp and 26 lbs•ft of torque. At 330 lbs at the curb ready-to-ride, the KTM 390 Duke is a fairly light machine, though it still carries about 60 lbs of extra heft when compared to the 125cc variant. Getting Bosch ABS brakes, WP suspension, and Brembo brakes, the KTM 390 Duke has some nice premium parts, which should help differentiate it in this segment.
KTM 125 DukeExpected: Mid 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 100000.00
KTM Duke 125 is an extraordinary bike which not only offers glamorous looks but it will also be a style icon on Indian roads. The looks of this bike are enhanced by cutting edge design feature. Robust and macho looks of this bike is very attractive. Duke 125 is specially made for tough individuals who carries macho attitude in them. Eye-catchy graphic and aerodynamic body if Duke 125 is very impressive and also very comfortable.
Royal Enfield Cafe RacerExpected: 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 160000.00
Made like a gun, goes like a bullet! The cannon is back in action and ready to fire! The latest version of the smashing Cafe Racer has been announced for a 2013 launch and this has sent a wave of excitement amongst Enfield-enthusiasts. Classic even in its shining new state, this model of Cafe Racer 500 does not require getting any older to be called a legend. Although it would be incorrect to say that it has undergone a complete overhaul, it would be really unfair not to mention the starkly evident alterations that Royal Enfield has worked upon this new model of Racer.
Suzuki B-KingExpected: Mid 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 950000.00
Engineered as Suzuki’s ultimate streetfighter-style motorcycle, the B-King is powered by a liquid-cooled 1340cc Inline-Four as used in the Hayabusa only retuned for more mid-range engine performance. The B-King features its own chassis with a purpose-built aluminum frame that utilizes milder steering geometry and a longer wheelbase for a more relaxed riding experience. Fully adjustable suspension on both ends of the bike ensures a sporty, customizable ride. A set of wide handlebars presents a more upright seating position.
Suzuki GladiusExpected: Mid 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 700000.00
The all new Suzuki Gladius is expected to be loaded with an engine of 645 cc displacement. The 4 stroke, air cooled, 2 cylinder, DOHC engine of the Suzuki Gladius is expected to be very powerful and a great performer.
Suzuki InazumaExpected: 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 150000.00
Introducing the all new Suzuki Inazuma 250, the latest in our ever evolving range to meet the increasing demand for reliable and cost effective motorcycles.
The Inazuma 250, taking design inspiration from the B-King is an extremely user friendly and fuel efficient model wrapped up in a high-quality finish providing the ideal solution for riders looking for a top quality commuter, those returning to motorcycling or new riders looking for a steppingstone before moving on to something bigger.
Boasting a newly design liquid cooled SOHC in-line 2-cylinder engine with 6 speed transmission, the Inazuma 250 has been optimised for low to mid range speeds ideal for city and town traffic, whilst still being able to comfortably deal with any open roads.
Suzuki V-StromExpected: 2014
Expected Price: Rs. 500000.00
For 2012, the V-Storm 650 will be powered by a V-twin engine that delivers a total of 68 HP at 8,800rpm and 60 Nm of torque at 6,400rpm, plus a 10% fuel consumption improvement over the previous model.
Design improvements include a reshaped and 15mm-taller seat, an updated upper fairing and three-position, a new muffler, and a height-adjustable windscreen. Three-spoke aluminum alloy wheels will be offered as standard together with a new multi-function instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer and a brightness adjustable LCD screen.
Suzuki Skydrive 125Expected: 2013
Expected Price: Rs. 50000.00
Yet to be launched, Suzuki skydrive has been designed quite gracefully giving it the well managed dimensions, the entire length, width, height and wheel base of the vehicle are 1,885 mm, 655 mm, 1040 mm, 1,265mm respectively carrying the kerb weight around 107 kg, whereas the given fuel tank is of 4.0 ltr capacity.
The brand new attraction, Suzuki skydrive comes having 14 inches five-spoke alloy wheels supported with the hydraulic-disc brakes at front-wheel. They not only assures you the balanced and comfortable riding experience, enhances the entire look too.
Designing team of the coming Suzuki skydrive have truly worked hard in order to project a vehicle, which will ensure the comfortable riding experience along with the catchy look. The bike has been made more aerodynamic carrying the neat indicators, trendy instrument penal compromising of speedometer, indicator signal, fuel gauge etc, whereas the both sided panel too have been given curved shape. The fitted out five-spoke alloy wheels too prove this to be one of the most beautiful scooters Indians are going to watch.