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Upcoming Scooters And Motorcycles in 2021 | Top 10 Best Upcoming Bikes In 2021

Best Upcoming Bikes In 2021 In India | 10 Best Scooters And Motorcycles Launching In 2021

The next 2-3 months are going to be very exciting as far as two-wheeler launches go. There are many two-wheeler launches coming ahead. Besides, there are almost a total of 10-12 two-wheelers launching. Including electric scooters, maxi-scooters, sports bikes and and also superbikes.

1. Maestro Electric

Hero Maestro Electric Scooter
Hero Maestro Electric Scooter

Hero is bringing their electric scooter called the Hero maestro electric. However, Hero has partnered with Gogoro for electric vehicles and the exciting part is the vehicle is going to have battery swapping technology. The vehicle will be priced around Rs 1 Lakh INR and could be unveiled before 2021 ends.

2. Ather Electric Scooter

Ather Electric Scooter
Ather Electric Scooter


Another electric bike in our list, the bike is produced by Ather Energy which is an Indian electric vehicle company . The bike is powered by a 5.4 kW (7.2 BHP) Brushless DC electric motor, and a 2.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The scooter can accelerate 0–40 km/h (0–25 mph) in 3.9 seconds. It’s price is also going to be under 1 Lakh INR to complete with simple and Ola’s electric scooter.

3. Tork Motors T6X

Tork Motors T6X

Basically, Tork motors is a pune based startup which is going to be the first production electric motorcycle to be launched in the Indian market. It is propelled by a brushless 6 kW motor rated at 27 Nm of torque, powered by lithium ion batteries. On a full charge, the T6X can cover 100 kilometres. Furthermore, the Tork T6X is expected to launch in India in December 2021 in the expected price range of 1,20,000 INR to 1,30,000 INR.

4.BMW C400 GT

BMW C400 GT
BMW C400 GT

The C400 GT is a maxi scooter and is expected to be launched in october 2021. However, Maxi scooters are heft and BMW is coming up with one. Furthermore, it’s engine capacity is going to be 350 cc which will generate 34.5 PS power and 35 Nm of Torque. It is said that it’ll cost around a whopping 7 Lakh INR.

5. Honda Forza 350

Honda Forza 350
Honda Forza 350

Another maxi-scooter in our list is Honda Forza 350. The vehicle will have a 279 cc engine inside it and will produce 25 PS power and 27.2 Nm of torque. Moreover, the price of the Honda Forza 350 is expected to be 3 Lakh INR.

6. Royal Enfield Scram 411

Royal Enfield Scram 411
Royal Enfield Scram 411

The Royal Enfield Scram 411 which is a road-biased version of the Himalayan is expected to launch in India by the end of this year or early next year. Furthermore, it’s engine capacity is 411 cc and it is based on their Himalayan bike’s performance.

7. Pulsar 250

Bajaj Pulsar 250
Bajaj Pulsar 250

Bajaj auto is expected to launch it’s Pulsar 250 in the 250 cc segment on 28th October 2021. However, the company is going to launch 3 variants and the price is expected between 1.35 Lakh to 1.40 Lakh INR. Also, the bike will have a 249 cc engine that produces 27 PS Power & 23.5 Nm Torque.

8. KTM RC125 & RC390

Ktm is ready to launch two new upgrades of RC 125 & RC 390 in the month of October 2021. One has a 125 cc engine while other has a 173 cc engine. However, if compared to previous generation it’s price will be 7,000 INR more than that of it’s older generation.

9. Svartpilen 125

Husqvarna Svartpilen 125
Husqvarna Svartpilen 125

Husqvarna Motorcycles is a Swedish origined Austrian company which designs, engineers, manufactures and distributes motocross, enduro, supermoto and street motorcycles. However, There’s going to be a 125cc Street bike in upcoming months by the company called as Husqvarna Svartpilen 125. Also, it is an updated version of this year with the engine capacity of 125cc with a price of 1.35 Lakh INR.

10. Ola Electric Update

Many Ola scooters were sold out when launched S1 & S1 pro, which was launched on 15th of August 2021. Bookings are shut down for more, but they will be starting on 1st of November. If you couldn’t book your bike in the 1st lot, then mark your calendars for November 1.

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