Even after more than 50 years in India, Royal Enfield is hugely popular in this country and has a legendary status amongst ‘Bullet’ lovers. The company plans to keep it going with the launch of the Himalayan. This full blown tourer bike would come at a price of close to Rs.2 lakhs in the Indian market when it is finally launched here.
Italian bike maker would set the stage on fire with the launch of its Ducati XDiavel, which Ducati describes as an amalgamation of a cruiser bike along with famous Ducati features and performance. The other Ducati bike to be launched would be the Scrambler Sixty2 which has already met with a lot of criticism for lowering the bar. But let’s hope, for Ducati’s sake, Indian bike lovers would overlook the flaws in the bike.
Other bikes to be launched in this event would include the likes of BMW G310R and three new DSK-Bernelli bikes