Explore the lineup of upcoming motorcycles confirmed to launch in India this year, ranging from the Kinetic E-Luna to Suzuki’s latest 800cc offerings. Excitement is brewing within the motorcycle industry as leading manufacturers prepare to unveil their newest releases.
With a diverse range of motorcycles slated for release in 2024, riders can anticipate an exhilarating year ahead. Whether you’re a seasoned enthusiast or new to the motorcycle scene, there’s never been a better time to hit the open road. From electric models to high-performance sports bikes, there’s something to suit every rider’s preference.
Let’s take a closer look at the confirmed list of motorcycles set to debut this year:
Kinetic Green is bringing back the iconic Luna moped in an electric version with the E-Luna. Promising simplicity and efficiency, this electric moped retains the practical design of its predecessor and offers an impressive range of up to 100 km. Pre-bookings are available for just Rs. 500, with the launch expected soon.
Hero Mavrick 440:
Hero MotoCorp is gearing up to launch the Mavrick 440, a retro-modern cruiser equipped with a powerful 440cc engine. Featuring LED lighting and a muscular fuel tank, the Mavrick blends style with performance. Its launch is scheduled for April 2024, with a competitive price expected.
Suzuki V-Strom 800 DE:
Suzuki Motorcycle India unveiled the V-Strom 800 DE at the Bharat Mobility Expo, set to launch around mid-2024. This middleweight adventure bike boasts a rugged chassis and a potent 776cc engine, along with advanced features like a bi-directional quickshifter and TFT instrument console.
Joining the V-Strom at the Bharat Mobility Expo was the sleek GSX-8R. Sharing the same engine as the V-Strom 800 DE but with enhanced performance, this middle-weight sportsbike offers a sharp design and a comfortable riding position, appealing to riders seeking a balance of performance and style.
Yamaha India showcased the YZF-R7 at the Bharat Mobility Expo 2024, signaling its re-entry into the high-performance segment in the Indian market. Powered by a potent 689cc engine, the R7 promises impressive performance and agile handling, catering to performance enthusiasts.
Alongside the R7, Yamaha introduced the MT-07, the R7’s streetfighter counterpart. Featuring an aggressive design and powered by the same 689cc engine as the R7, the MT-07 emphasizes versatility and agility, making it an ideal choice for urban riders seeking excitement and practicality.
Get ready to experience the thrill of these exciting motorcycles as they hit the Indian roads in 2024.