A number of motorbikes and scooters plan to be on the Indian market in 2020. The BSVI transformation expected to take place on 1 April 2020 could be a platform for the Indian automotive market. While some products from manufacturers remove the emissions hurdle as it does (with changes to engines alone) new iterations offer some products to add more appeal and justify the price increase. Some products are offered.

Below is the selection of scooters and motorcycles that will be introduced in India in 2020-

Bajaj Chetak electric

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Bajaj sticks to scooters, but the EV route adapts this time. An entirely new design that could create a modern yet sporty Husqvarna scooter. In so doing, the Chetak might sale from KTM outlets, supplying the potential owners with an advanced ownership experience.

Launch expected: January 2020

TVS Zeppelin

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TVS Motor could miss Auto Expo next month, but it was two years ago that the manufacturer displayed the very fascinating Zeppelin concept, a sleek 220cc, liquid-cooled single cylindrical cruiser. The biggest focus, though, was the combined start generator and electric motor, which improved the engine. We are anticipating TVS to release this year, although it remains to be seen whether India’s first hybrid two-wheeler is the Zeppelin model (which could be called at launch).

Launch: Mid 2020

Indian Challenger

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Revised specification and a brand-new MY20 engine. The Challenger now receives a 1,769cc liquid-cooled, 122,5hp and 178Nm V-twin engine. All-LED headlamps are given, a 100-watt stereo setup with a 7-inch instrument cluster, strong perspectives and keyless controls are provided.

Launch Expected: Mid-2020

Bajaj Pulsar BS-VI range

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The Pulsar is required to be physically modified between 125 and 220 to reach the next BSVI Requirements. Which could mostly increase price throughout the whole range to Rs 5,000-10,000. Specific updates are also given for NS160, NS200, and RS200.

Launch Expected: Early-2020

Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250

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The Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250 are the first two motorbikes on the famous KTM 250 Duke architecture that will familiarize us with the model. Vitpilen 250 is the driver of a café and Svartpilen 250 is a bodybuilder. All bikes produce 30 HP of peak power and come with borrowed ride pieces from the Duke 250.

Launch Expected: January 2020

Benelli TNT 600

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The bicycle was mostly unspoiled by the maker for years because of its exhaust note. But the internet suggests this time around the spy shots of a new design for the TNT 600 2020. What is also unique is a cluster of digital devices, but the drivetrain could be expressed in a BSVI tuning.

Launch Expected: Mid-2020

Benelli Leoncino 800

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The Leoncino 800, which is shown at EICMA 2019, is the biggest Leoncio in the family despite the 250 and 500 already on the Indian market. Leoncino 800 The 800 is fitted with a 754cc 71.6hp and 67Nm torque two-cylinder engine. Ironically, 17-inch wheels with spoken wired rims are offered for the vehicle.

Launch Expected: Mid-2020

BMW Motorrad F 900 R and F 900 XR

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The motors have now a better output-with a power rating of 106PS, from 853cc to 895cc. The F 900 R is painted nude, whereas the F 900 XR is decorated for more touring purposes. The instrument cluster is an all-digital system with automated modes and integrated stability control.

Launch Expected: Early-2020


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