Top Brands (Hero, Royal Enfield, Honda, Suzuki Etc) launched New Motorcycles And Scooters At EICMA 2023.

In the Exhibition of International Motorcycle and Accessories (EICMA) in 2023 Indian motorcycle brands take centre stage with their innovative new releases. This is a thorough look at the cutting-edge vehicles that are all on the show at EICMA 2023 in Milan, Italy.

Hero 2.5R Xtunt
Hero unveiled 2.5R Xtunt. Although not much information about the bike has been released, it is reasonable to presume that it is the same 210 cc liquid-cooled engine from the Karizma XMR based on the crankcase covers. If the concept bike lives up to its name, it should have a displacement of about 250 cc, which means it will have more torque and power

Hero Xoom 160
Hero MotoCorp unveiled the Xoom 160 motorbike. This is the first time Hero has branched out into the 160 cc scooter market, going beyond the 125 cc class. The 156 cc liquid-cooled engine powering the Xoom 160 is distinct from the one powering the Xtreme 160R 4V. It produces a respectable 14 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 13.7 Nm at 6,500 rpm, making it a maxi-scooter. Hero has not yet released all of the details regarding its new 160 cc maxi-scooter.

Royal Enfield HIM-E
Royal Enfield unveiled its first-ever electric motorcycle, known as the "Him-E," alongside the second-generation Himalayan. The all-electric Royal Enfield Himalayan was unveiled to the public in prototype form for the first time, but the company claims it is more than just a concept, calling it a "test laboratory" that was created with the goal of promoting sustainable mobility solutions for travel and exploration in the future.

Ultraviolette F99
Ultraviolette Automotive, an electric two-wheeler start-up from Bengaluru, revealing the Ultraviolette F99 race bike, their most ambitious project to date. The F99 is a fully-faired motorcycle that Ultraviolette co-founder Narayan Subramaniam claims is designed to deliver “unadulterated and undiluted” performance. It is significantly more powerful, quicker, and faster than the company's first road bike, the F77. This motorcycle should not be confused with the motorcycle of the same name that was unveiled at Auto Expo 2023.

Honda CBR1000 Hornet
Honda unveiled the MY24 CB1000 Hornet, if litre-class motorcycles are your thing. The motorcycle has new colour schemes and updated styling. The motorcycle takes the place of the somewhat retro CB1000R, which had Honda Neo Sports styling and a 998cc inline-four engine that produced only 143 horsepower—quite a bit less than the other naked liter-class bikes on the market.

Honda CBR600RR
Honda unveiled CBR600RR. The 599cc inline-four liquid-cooled, 16V DOHC engine powering the MY24 CBR600RR produces 63Nm at 11,500 rpm and 119bhp at 14,250 rpm. In addition, it now has a full-color TFT dash, riding modes, ride-by-wire throttle, a six-axis IMU for lean-sensitive rider aids, and the option of an exotic HRC race kit. The motorcycle also includes a quickshifter and slipper clutch as standard equipment.

Honda NX500
The Honda CB500X will be replaced by the new NX500, which Honda has unveiled for 2024. In essence, the Honda NX500 is now the CB500X. This 471 cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine produces 47 bhp at 8,600 rpm and 43 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. The engine's output is also unchanged. Now that traction control, Honorable Selectable Torque Control, or HSTC is standard on it, an ECU update should result in what Honda claims is "improved acceleration feel." The 41 mm Showa SFF upside down forks have new springs and damping, along with a revised rear shock that should improve road feel. 

Suzuki GSX-8R
Suzuki unveiled GSX-8R. The Suzuki 776 cc engine platform, which powers the GSR-8S and V-Strom 800 series, is the basis for the middle-weight sportbike GSR-8R. Thanks to the clip-on bars, the full-fairing GSR-8R has a more aggressive stance and sporty credentials. The motorcycle weighs 208 kg, or roughly six kilogrammes more than its naked sibling. Although Suzuki has not disclosed the motor's specifications, it is anticipated to have 83 horsepower and 78 Nm, paired with a 6-speed gearbox, similar to the GSR-8S.

Suzuki GSX-S1000GX
Sport touring crossover GSX-S1000GX, which takes its cues from the GSX-S1000 GT. It has an updated Showa electronic suspension, a chunkier subframe, and a taller stance, but otherwise it shares the same chassis and powertrain. powered by the same 999 cc inline-four engine found in the Katana model, which is also offered for sale in India. On the latter, a 6-speed gearbox is mated to a motor with 150 horsepower and 106 Nm of torque.

Kawasaki Ninja 500
Kawasaki has unveiled Ninja 500, a streetfighter. Based on the same lightweight trellis frame, Kawasaki has verified that the motorcycle satisfies European A2 regulations and is suitable for use by holders of an A2 licence. It comes in three colour choices and two trim levels: SE and standard. It is possible that Kawasaki will launch it in India later on, though this is not confirmed.

Kawasaki Ninja Z7
Kawasaki unveiled a prototype Z7. The motorcycle has a monoshock suspension system in the back and a telescopic fork up front. There are two disc brakes up front and one at the back that are responsible for stopping the vehicle. A 451 cc parallel-twin engine, a 48-volt battery pack, and a 9-kilowatt (or roughly 12 bhp) electric motor power the Ninja 7 Hybrid. Although the brand hasn't released technical details, it does state that the bike will have output numbers comparable to the Ninja 650 and fuel efficiency numbers like the Z250.

Ducati Panigale V4 SP2
Ducati has unveiled the 2024 Panigale V4 SP2 30 Anniversary 916, a special limited edition, to commemorate the iconic Ducati 916's 30 years of existence. The limited production run of 500 of these motorcycles includes some unique features like a numbered plaque atop the carbon wheels, carbon bodywork, and aluminium tank, in addition to a unique paint scheme inspired by the 916.

The brand-new 2024 KTM 990 Duke middleweight naked has been revealed by KTM. The wildly successful 890 Duke R has been replaced by the brand's new mid-range naked sports bike, the 990 Duke. The 990 Duke is said to have an incredibly 974cc DOHC liquid-cooled parallel twin engine, sleeker design, a completely new chassis, new WP suspension, improved ergonomics, and cutting-edge technology.

CF Moto 450 MT
The 450 MT, a new mid-size ADV from Chinese motorcycle manufacturer CFMoto, was unveiled at the ongoing EICMA 2023 two-wheeler trade show. It is built upon the same 450 cc parallel-twin engine platform that powers the motorcycles 450 NK and 450 SR. With its tall stance, wide handlebar, tall mudguard, and vertically stacked LED headlights, it has a futuristic appearance that is characteristic of CFMoto design.

MV Agusta LPX Orioli 
MV Agusta finally unveiled the LXP Orioli adventure tourer, of which only 500 will be produced. The MV Agusta LXP Orioli pays homage to four-time Dakar winner and legendary Italian motorcyclist Edi Orioli. Inspired by the Cagiva Elefant Orioli that won in 1990, the new 931 cc, three-cylinder engine is anticipated to serve as the foundation for an upcoming adventure bike line from the Italian manufacturer. Since KTM acquired ownership of the MV Agusta, the LXP Orioli has undergone a total redesign. The Lucky Explorer moniker that was once intended for the adventure bike line from this Italian brand has been dropped. 

Vespa Primavera

Vespa Sprint S

Vespa unveiled Primavera and Sprint S. The two scooters have identical power units, consisting of two electric and three internal combustion engines. There are two variants of the Vespa Sprint S, Sprint S and Sprint S Elettrica, and three versions of the Vespa Primavera: Primavera, Primavera Tech, and Elettrica. The four-stroke engines are air-cooled, three-valve heads, SOHC, and available in displacements of 50, 125, and 150 cc. With a centrifugal clutch CVT gearbox and 14 horsepower and a robust torque curve, the 150 cc engine appears to be a powerful machine.  

Moto Guzzi Stelvio adventure-tourer
Moto Guzzi unveiled the Stelvio adventure-tourer, their newest product. After nearly eight years, Moto Guzzi has brought the Stelvio nameplate back to its lineup with this recent unveiling. The 1042 cc engine of the most recent version of the motorcycle replaces the 1151 cc engine of the previous model and has an entirely new look.

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