4 new two-wheelers set to be launched in July 2024


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Here we have listed 4 new two-wheelers that will be launched in India in July 2024

In this article, we will take a look at the two-wheelers that are confirmed to be launched by their respective manufacturers in July 2024. This time we have a wide range of products from roadsters to ICE scooters and EV scooters, and not to forget the world's first CNG motorcycle as well.

1. Royal Enfield Guerilla 450

The most recent news is the official teaser images of the Royal Enfield Guerilla 450 in which we can see Royal Enfield CEO B Govindarajan and Eicher Motors CEO and MD Siddhartha Lal riding the motorcycle. It has already been confirmed that the Guerilla 450 will be the roadster version of the Himalayan 450 and will be powered by the same 'Sherpa 450' engine that produces 40 bhp and 40 Nm of torque.

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The major changes will be 17-inch alloy wheels at both ends, removal of braces and luggage mounts to reduce weight, smaller fuel tank etc. These changes will make the motorcycle lighter which is a good thing as the power and torque figures are expected to remain the same making this roadster more focused on performance than practicality. It will retain the Himalayan 450's Tripper Dash TFT display with Bluetooth that supports Google Maps.

2. BMW CE04

BMW is officially entering the e-scooter segment in India with the CE 04. The scooter is quite big in size and with its modern styling, it is hard to differentiate it from anything else. The CE 04 is packed with technology including full LED lighting, a 10.2-inch TFT screen with smartphone connectivity, keyless operation, 3 ride modes, ABS, USB-C charging port, etc.

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The scooter weighs 231 kg and features telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. Braking includes dual discs at the front and a single unit at the rear. The battery pack is an 8.9kWh unit paired to a 15kW motor that gives a driveable range of 130kms. The maximum speed of the scooter is limited to 120 kmph.

3. Hero Destini 125

Hero MotoCorp is set to launch the updated Destini 125 next month and several pictures of the new model have leaked online, with the product featuring a refreshed design across the body. Through the pictures, we can see that the front and side design has been overhauled and now looks much better. The colour schemes also complement the design and give it a more upmarket feel as well.

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It is expected to have all-LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity and navigation. The engine will be the same 125cc single cylinder that produces 9bhp of power and 10.4Nm of torque and is mated to a CVT transmission. Suspension duties are performed by a telescopic unit at the front and a monoshock at the rear while braking is done by a disc at the front and a drum at the rear.

4. Bajaj CNG Bike

This has probably been said a million times, but I will still say that the world's first CNG motorcycle will be launched by Bajaj on July 5. Since this is a completely new technology in terms of motorcycles, Bajaj has been very tight-lipped about this product and almost no information has been revealed. What we do know, based on the test motorcycles that have been spotted several times, is that there will be more than one product.

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Initially, Bajaj had confirmed that the CNG motorcycle will be aimed at the commuter segment and the first few test mules looked like commuters, but recently we got to see another set of test mules with the same hardware as the CNG motorcycle but with hand guards, sump guard and a longer single seat. We believe the products will be priced differently to attract more people, but any of these details can only be confirmed after the launch.

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