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Upcoming Superbike Launches In India In 2024

2024 is here, and many bike makers are ready with their product lineup. We have covered all the upcoming superbike launches in India in 2024. So be with us and check your favorite bike on the list.

Upcoming Superbike Launches

Honda CBR-600RR

We super sports enthusiasts are thrilled about the Honda CBR-600RR’s return to a segment that was reportedly on the approach of extinction. Honda deserves praise for creating a design that is a development of the last motorcycle, even down to the undertail exhaust that brings back memories of the previous model.

A 599cc inline-four engine producing 119 horsepower at 14,250 rpm and 63 Nm at 11,500 rpm powers the CBR-600RR. Modern, lean-sensitive electronics, such as a nine-level traction control system, are installed on the bike.

Honda is unlikely to release the CBR-600RR in India, but because the 2024 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R is already available for purchase, it is impossible to completely rule out the possibility. If Honda decides to release the motorcycle, its pricing is anticipated to be between Rs 12 and 13 lakh.

Honda CB1000R Hornet

Honda’s latest 1000cc street naked deviates from the brand’s traditional styling. Although there are some similarities between the design and the Ducati Streetfighter, we like Honda’s more aggressive designs over their more conservative ones. Because the bike is Fireblade-based, it also features the 150 horsepower 999cc inline-four engine, which has been tuned for street use. We anticipate seeing the CB1000 Hornet arrive in our country, taking the position of the CB1000R Neo Sports, which was offered for sale in India. The bike might cost between Rs 16 and 18 lakh.

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Triumph Daytona 660

Triumph Daytona 660

With the introduction of the Daytona 660, Triumph is growing the range of 660cc motorcycles. Teasers for the bike indicate that it features a full fairing, clip-ons that aren’t low set, and split LED headlights. It is most likely built on the Trident 660 chassis. Triumph’s decision to apply the legendary Daytona brand to a bike that is perhaps less focused than the Daytona 675 supersport has angered a lot of enthusiasts. However, the evidence will be evident when consumed, or in this instance, when riding.

The Trident’s 660cc inline-triple engine, which produces 80 horsepower and 64 Nm, should power the bike as well. You can also anticipate seeing a quickshifter on the bike. The official launch is scheduled for January and we expect Triumph to price it between Rs. 9 Lakh to Rs. 9.25 Lakh.

BMW R1300 GS

This could be one of the most significant debuts of the year. A lot of people have high expectations for the brand-new BMW R1300 GS, given the tremendous success and popularity of the R 1250 GS. With a brand-new chassis, suspension, and 1,300cc boxer engine producing 145 horsepower at 7750 rpm and 140 Nm at 6,500 rpm, the R 1300 GS is an entirely new vehicle. Additionally, it has BMW’s Shiftcam variable valve timing technology. The bike has an abundance of technology, including radar-based adaptive cruise control, as would be expected.The slimmer design that lessens visible mass is the second significant modification.

This year, the BMW R 1300 GS is expected to reach our shores, and its pricing is anticipated to start at Rs 23 lakh.

BMW F900 GS

2024 BMW F900 GS

The F900 replaces the F850 GS, and it comes with a lot of new features. The bike has a sleeker appearance, influenced by rally bikes. Additionally, the weight reduction is subcutaneous. The F900 currently weighs 219kg after BMW was able to reduce its weight by about 14kg. Finally, the engine produces greater power than the bike’s outgoing unit. It generates 93Nm at 6750 rpm and 105 horsepower at 8500 rpm. Given that the F 850GS is priced at Rs 12.95 lakh, it is anticipated that the F900 GS will have a competitive pricing.

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Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z500

Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z500

With the exception of the Z500 being the street naked model, the Kawasaki Ninja 500 and Z500 are virtually the same bike. The bikes’ 451cc parallel-twin engine is the main topic of discussion since they were shown at EICMA 2023. According to reports, it is the same engine found in the recently released Kawasaki Eliminator, which produces 42.6 Nm at 6,000 rpm and 45.4 horsepower at 9,000 rpm. According to Kawasaki, the torque distribution of the new engine is superior to that of the Ninja 400.

Yamaha R7 and MT-07

The Yamaha R7 and MT-07, its streetfighter sibling, have been discussed for a while now, and their Indian debut is scheduled for 2024. A 689cc twin-cylinder engine producing 73 bhp at 8,750 rpm and 67 Nm at 6,500 rpm powers the R7, a little supersport. It doesn’t have as many electronics as the R1, and even the suspension is simple, with a USD fork that isn’t adjustable. Since the Yamaha R7 is anticipated to be imported into India through the CBU method, we hope Yamaha India takes action to lower its price and position it competitively in light of the R3 and MT-03’s exorbitant prices.

Ducati Hypermotard 698, Panigale V4, Multistrada

Ducati Lamborghini Edition

In 2024, Ducati India plans to introduce up to eight motorcycles, spanning a broad range of pricing points. The Hypermotard 698 Mono makes its debut this year, and its 659cc liquid-cooled Superquadro mono or single-cylinder engine is the main talking point. It produces 63 Nm and 77.5 horsepower. Anticipate it to be a maniacal device akin to the larger Hypermotard.

In remembrance of its triumph in the MotoGP and WSBK Championship, Ducati Corse will release Race Replica Panigale V4 superbikes, which will be decorated with the liveries of the teams that Ducati riders compete for. Without a doubt, the bikes will become collector’s items.

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The 1,103cc Desmosedici stradale engine found in the Panigale and Streefighter V4 will power the Ducati Multistrada RS, which will also be unveiled here and is said to be the most insane Multistrada V4 to date. It produces 180 horsepower and 119 Nm in the Multistrada. The emphasis on road/track performance is clear in the 17-inch, forged Marchesini alloys that are paired with Pirelli Diablo Rosso IV Corsa tyres. Even the suspension is top-tier Ohlins.

Suzuki V-Strom 800

The much-awaited ADV, the V-Strom 800, is presently undergoing testing in India and could be available for purchase in a few months. The larger V-Strom 1050 served as a style cue for the V-Strom 800 DE, which makes it appear deliberate. A 776cc parallel-twin engine producing 83bhp and 78Nm powers the motorcycle. Its features include traction control, numerous ride modes, and additional settings that may be accessed through a five-inch TFT display. A few test mules with dual-purpose tires were seen in India using a spoke wheel combination of 21/17 inches. The V-Strom is anticipated to cost approximately Rs 12 lakh.

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