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Hyosung Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 50 Lakh

Hyosung Upcoming Bikes Under Rs 50 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Hyosung motorcycles or bikes under Rs 50 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. Hyosung India is ready to launch few new bikes in all segment 100cc, 125cc, 150cc, 180cc, 200cc, 250cc, 300cc, 350cc, 500cc and 1000cc. The GD250N, GD450, and Aquila GV300 are among the forthcoming Hyosung bikes. In the years and 2023, a total of three Hyosung models will be released. In the table below, the estimated price and debut date for these future Hyosung bikes are given.

Indian Scout Sixty

Name

Indian Scout Sixty

Expected Price

Rs. 12.55 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Scout Sixty - The Indian Scout Sixty is the Indian Motorcycle family's newest and most inexpensive cruiser. The bike features classic cruiser styling and is constructed on a lightweight frame that gives the rider with strength and quick handling. It boasts a liquid-cooled V-Twin 999cc engine with closed loop fuel injection under the hood. At 5,000rpm, the engine produces a maximum power output of 7hp and a maximum torque of 88Nm. It comes with a 5-speed transmission, a long 1562mm wheelbase, and a gasoline tank size of 12.5 litres. The Scout Sixty has a fuel efficiency of 25 kilometres per gallon.

It has a blacked-out headlamp, blacked-out handlebars, and sturdy cast aluminium wheels. There are other components such as fleet-sided fenders, chrome-plated twin exhaust outputs, a curved fuel tank, tyre-hugging and fleet-sided fenders, and a sleek, solitary black seat. It sports a traditional telescopic front fork and twin shock absorbers in the rear suspension. It has a front 2-piston calliper with a single 298mm disc and a rear 1-piston calliper with a single 298mm disc for braking. It includes ABS as standard equipment and a 25.3-inch seat height.

The price of the Indian Scout Sixty is Rs 14.03 lakh (On road, Delhi). Thunder Black, Polished Bronze, Indian Motorcycle Red, and Thunder Black over Titanium Metallic with Fireball Pinstripe are the four colour options.

Indian FTR 1200

Name

Indian FTR 1200

Expected Price

Rs. 14.99 - 17.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian FTR 1200 - The FTR 1200 series for has been announced worldwide, including 17-inch tyres, updated electronics, and a Euro-5 compatible engine. The Indian FTR Carbon has already been released in a few overseas markets. The Indian FTR Carbon, which costs GBP 14,699, is roughly Rs 2.65 lakh more expensive than the regular model in the UK.

It comes equipped with carbon fibre body panels and an Akrapovic exhaust. The FTR 1200 Rally was formerly launched by Indian Motorcycle as a new variation for the FTR 1200. A smoked visor, brown seat, and Titanium Smoke paint scheme give it a neo-retro appearance. A higher handlebar, aluminium spoke wheels, and Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tyres add to the bike's off-road appeal. The 1203cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that powers the FTR 1200 Rally and the regular FTR generates 125PS of power and 120Nm of peak torque. It has the same upside-down forks, rear monoshock, and twin 320mm front and 265mm rear Brembo brakes with radial callipers as the previous model.

By early , the FTR 1200 Rally will be available all over the world. While the Indian FTR 1200 has no direct competitors, the Ducati Diavel 1260 is a similarly rad motorbike.

Indian Scout Bobber

Name

Indian Scout Bobber

Expected Price

Rs. 13.15 - 13.65 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Scout Bobber - The Indian Scout Bobber is a stripped-down version of the Indian Scout, a more costly American cruiser. Under the skin, the bike has the same engine and is built on the same frame. India Bike Week 2017 in Goa introduced the Bobber to the Indian market. The bike is equipped with a liquid-cooled V-Twin 1133cc engine with closed loop fuel injection that produces 94hp and 97Nm of peak torque at 5,600rpm. The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. With blacked-out engine, chassis, exhaust, handlebars, and mirrors, the Bobber gets a rough aesthetic.

The bobber looks very stunning with the bare minimum of chrome. It has a two-tone leather inside, a minimalist LED taillight, cut front and rear fenders, and black cast aluminium wheels. On the gasoline tank is a new Indian Scout insignia and a black analogue single pod. A telescopic front fork and twin shock absorbers at the back manage the bike's suspension responsibilities. The front and rear 16-inch alloy wheels are fitted with 130/90-16 and 150/80-16 section tyres, respectively. It has disc brakes (298mm in front and rear) and ABS on the braking front. The Scout Bobber in India is priced at Rs 13.75 lakh (On road, Delhi). Thunder Black, Bronze Smoke, Star Silver Smoke, Indian Motorcycle Red, and Thunder Black Smoke are the five colour options offered.

Indian Scout

Name

Indian Scout

Expected Price

Rs. 13.60 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Scout - Indian Motorcycles has unveiled their range for the year in India. The Indian Scout may now be reserved for Rs 2,00,000 in advance. Thunder Black, Deepwater, Metallic, White Smoke, Maroon Metallic over Crimson Metallic, Arizona, Turquoise/Pearl White, Blue Slate Metallic/Cobra Silver, and Stealth, Gray/Thunder Black are among the new colour schemes for the bike. The starting price is Rs 16,04,664. The Scout is powered by a liquid-cooled 1133cc V-twin engine that produces 97Nm of peak torque at 5,600rpm. The engine is connected to a 6-speed transmission.

A telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers at the rear handle the Scout's suspension responsibilities. A 130/90-section tyre and a 150/80-section tyre are mounted on the 16-inch front and rear wheels, respectively. The Indian Scout is equipped with disc brakes for braking (298mm at the front and the rear).

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty

Name

Indian Scout Bobber Sixty

Expected Price

Rs. 12 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Scout Bobber Sixty - The new Indian Scout Bobber Sixty has been been unveiled by Indian Motorcycle. The Scout Sixty, for the uninitiated, is another motorbike in the company's line-up with the 'Sixty' suffix. The Scout Bobber Sixty, like the Scout Bobber Sixty, appears to promise a somewhat more inexpensive bundle with minor changes.

It's a stripped-down Scout Bobber, but don't let that fool you; it doesn't look like one, at least from the outside. It, too, has the same all-black motif as its donor model, which makes it rather scary to look at. It has perch-mounted rear view mirrors, as opposed to bar-end ones on the original model. Blacked-out engine section, stripped-down headlamp, contemporary tank logo, all-new five-spoke wheels (black), and a single-seat that is also blacked-out are some of the main aesthetic differentiators. It comes in two different colours: gloss black and matte black.

The bike's mechanicals are powered by a 999 cc V-Twin engine that produces 74 PS and 88 Nm of torque. The same 5-speed gearbox is offered with this engine. For the record, the Scout Sixty is powered by the same unit. When compared to the Scout Bobber's engine, this one is somewhat underpowered and weighs 10 kg less. Its components include a front 41mm telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers (rear). The front has a Kenda K673F 130/90-16 tyre, while the back has a Kenda K673 150/80-16 tyre. The bike has already been released in its native market, but it is scheduled to arrive in India around the middle of . It has also been featured on the Indian government's website. The price has been fixed at USD 8,999 for the American market, which equates to a little more than 6.5 lakh. While the Scout Bobber is priced at Rs. 13.15 lakh (ex-showroom, India), anticipate it to cost about Rs. 11 lakh in the 'Sixty' incarnation.

Indian Chief Classic

Name

Indian Chief Classic

Expected Price

Rs. 21.29 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec, Nov,

About Upcoming Indian Chief Classic - Indian Motorcycles has unveiled its model portfolio for . Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are the two new models. Touring versions also get new accessories, technology, and a redesigned comfort seat. Indian Motorcycles has unveiled its model portfolio for . Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are the two new models. Touring versions also get new accessories, technology, and a redesigned comfort seat.

Indian Vintage

Name

Indian Vintage

Expected Price

Rs. 21.79 - 25.32 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Vintage - The lineup for Indian Motorcycles in has been announced. Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are two of the new models. Touring versions also get additional accessories, technology, and a more comfortable seat. The lineup for Indian Motorcycles in has been announced. Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are two of the new models. Touring versions also get additional accessories, technology, and a more comfortable seat.

Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

Name

Indian Chieftain Dark Horse

Expected Price

Rs. 31.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain Dark Horse - As the name implies, the Indian Chieftain Dark Horse is a bagger with several convenience and comfort features. The luxury cruiser has a power-adjustable windscreen, electronic hard saddlebags, a high-output music system, LED driving lights, and Bluetooth connectivity to connect your smartphone while on the road. Cruise control, keyless ignition, and tyre pressure monitoring are among the other features. It also comes with a large 7-inch touchscreen that displays vehicle information, vehicle status, dual trip metres, real-time clock, music information, Map/Navigation, and Bluetooth connectivity.

The Thunder Stroke III 1811cc engine, which comes with a closed loop fuel injection system and generates 150Nm of peak torque at 2,900rpm, provides mechanical power to the bike. It can get a fuel efficiency of 20Kmpl when paired with a 6-speed gearbox system. It sports a traditional telescopic front fork and a single shock absorber with air adjustment in the back suspension. It sports a front 4-piston calliper dual 300mm disc and a rear 2-piston calliper single 300mm disc. It includes ABS as standard, as well as a 20.8-litre gasoline tank and a low seat height of 660mm inches. The Indian Chieftain Dark Horse is priced at Rs 34.24 lakh and comes in only one colour tone, Thunder Black Smoke (On road, Delhi).

Indian Chieftain Classic

Name

Indian Chieftain Classic

Expected Price

Rs. 32.45 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Nov,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain Classic - Indian Motorcycles has unveiled its model portfolio for . Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are the two new models. Touring versions also get new accessories, technology, and a redesigned comfort seat.

Indian Springfield

Name

Indian Springfield

Expected Price

Rs. 33.50 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Springfield - The Indian Springfield bagger is a multipurpose road machine with a touch of history in its design and comfort. The cruiser is built on a brand-new chassis that carves turns beautifully. A trunk has been added to the new chassis to improve storage and passenger comfort. Hard and capacious electronic saddlebags with lockable lids and waterproof seals are available for storage. The chrome headlamp cluster, handlebars, mirrors, and instrument panel give it a unique aesthetic, while the cast aluminium frame gives it a flawless construction.

ABS, cruise control, keyless ignition, light bar, tyre pressure monitoring, 9 LED warning indicators, tank mounted electronic speedometer, odometer, digital tachometer, and dual trip metres are just a few of the features. A Thunder Stroke III 1811cc engine with a closed loop fuel injection system produces 150Nm of peak torque at 2,900rpm, powering the bike. It can get a fuel efficiency of 20Kmpl when paired with a 6-speed gearbox system. It sports a traditional telescopic front fork and a single shock absorber with air adjustment in the back suspension. At the front and back, it has dual 300mm disc brakes and a single 300mm disc brake, respectively. It has a gasoline tank size of 20.8 litres, a low seat height of 660mm, and a 1701mm expanded wheelbase. The price of the Indian Springfield is Rs 37.20 lakh (On road, Delhi). Thunder Black, Steel Gray over Burgundy Metallic, and Metallic Jade over Thunder Black are the three colour options.

Indian Chieftain

Name

Indian Chieftain

Expected Price

Rs. 32.01 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain - This is the company's fair-weather cruiser. Some of the bike's characteristics, such as the large 'Indian' badging on the gasoline tank and the design on the front and rear fenders, are reminiscent of the 1940s. The tank-mounted dashboard features a huge, simple-to-read analogue speedometer, and it's clear to see how the firm managed to combine old and contemporary design elements. This one comes with sturdy saddlebags mounted on fast release anchors and a remote electronics lock operated by a button, all of which contributes to the rider's convenience. The music system, which includes twin high-output speakers and a Bluetooth audio system, is housed under the fairing.

Indian Chieftain Limited

Name

Indian Chieftain Limited

Expected Price

Rs. 39.19 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain Limited - Indian Motorcycles has unveiled its model portfolio for . Vintage Dark Horse and Roadmaster Limited are the two new models. Touring versions also get new accessories, technology, and a redesigned comfort seat.

Indian Challenger

Name

Indian Challenger

Expected Price

Rs. 39.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Challenger - Indian has began taking reservations for the Challenger for Rs 1 lakh. The pricing has been reported to be Rs 39.99 lakh ex-showroom. In the United States, Indian introduced the Challenger line, which includes the Challenger, Challenger Dark Horse, and Challenger Limited. The all-new motorbike features a redesigned body, frame, and powertrain. It is equipped with a new 1769cc PowerPlus liquid-cooled V-twin engine. The Challenger is the most powerful Indian motorcycle in existence, producing 124PS at 5500rpm and 173.5Nm at 3800rpm.

Indian Roadmaster Classic

Name

Indian Roadmaster Classic

Expected Price

Rs. 37.31 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Roadmaster Classic - The Roadmaster Classic is an American tourer with new era technology and classic aesthetics, based on the Indian Roadmaster. The tourer is powered by a Thunder Stroke III 1811cc fuel-injected engine that generates 150Nm of peak torque at 2,900rpm. The engine is connected to a 6-speed transmission. The bike has a gasoline tank size of 20.8 litres, a seat height of 673mm, and a wheelbase of 1668mm, all of which contribute to a comfortable ride. Cruise control, keyless ignition, remote locking saddlebags and trunk, high-quality leather seats, horizon power shield, Pathfinder LED lights, tyre pressure monitoring, heated rider and passenger seats, heated grips, 100 Watt Stereo with AM/FM and connectivity options like Bluetooth, USB, and smartphone, and an ample storage capacity of 32.7 gallons are just a few of the features included on the cruiser.

The big cruiser has a 7-inch touch-screen with Ride Command System, which includes features such as ambient air temperature, real-time clock, bike info (speed, fuel range, gear position, RPM), ride data, vehicle trouble code, dual trip metres, average fuel economy, average speed, Map/navigation, vehicle status (like tyre pressure, oil change, engine hours and voltage), and more. It has a 300mm dual disc brake up front and a 300mm single disc brake at the back for stopping. ABS is included as standard. The pricing of the Indian Roadmaster Classic is Rs 41.41 lakh (On road, Delhi). Indian Motorcycle Red and Willow Green over Ivory Cream are the two colour options offered.

Indian Chieftain Elite

Name

Indian Chieftain Elite

Expected Price

Rs. 38 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain Elite - The Indian Chieftain Elite is a limited-edition variant of the standard Chieftain cruiser. The Chieftain Elite comes with a special paint job, more equipment, bespoke leather seats, and a lot more than the regular Indian Chieftain. The luxury cruiser was originally unveiled by Indian Motorcycles in 2017, and as a limited-edition model, just 350 units would be built worldwide, with only a few units reserved for the Indian market. The fundamental design of the 2018 Indian Chieftain Elite is carried over from the original Chieftain, but the bike receives a slew of cosmetic changes that set it apart from the standard model. The new custom paint scheme, dubbed Black Hills Silver and featuring marble accents, is the most noticeable aesthetic change. The paint marbling method assures that no two Chieftain Elite are same. According to the manufacturer, the custom painting takes 25 hours to complete. From the mirrors to the rear indicator housing, the bike is adorned with chrome accents that complement the colour scheme. The bike also receives new dual-tone, multi-spoke alloy wheels, which complement the bike's aggressive appearance.

The Indian Chieftain Elite has dimensions of 2,506 mm in length, 1,000 mm in width, and 1,448 mm in height. The bike has a lengthy wheelbase of 1,668 mm, similar to other cruiser bikes, and a ground clearance of 142 mm. With a seat height of 660 mm, the Chieftain Elite is highly accessible for riders of all heights; nevertheless, with a Kerb weight of 388 kg, it's a big bike. A 20.8-litre gasoline tank is included with the bike. The Indian Chieftain Elite is fitted with the company's Ride Command Infotainment system, which includes Bluetooth connectivity, GPS, and a 200-watt premium music system. The motorcycle's appearance is completed with black custom stitched real leather seats and aluminium floorboards. The bike also comes with a set of body-colored rear panniers with remote-locking feature and 10-spoke contrast-cut alloy wheels. The Indian Chieftain Elite also has a push-button power windshield feature, which allows you to raise or lower the glass with a handlebar-mounted button.

The 2018 Indian Chieftain Elite is powered by the same 1,811 cc Thunderstroke 111 V-twin engine that powers the other Chieftain models. However, for the Chieftain Elite, Indian modified the engine somewhat, and it now produces 161.6 Nm of peak torque at 3,000 rpm, which is 11.6 Nm higher than the original model. The engine is coupled to a 6-speed manual transmission with a multi-plate wet clutch. The Indian Chieftain Elite is equipped with new 19-inch front wheels and 16-inch rear wheels. The front wheel is fitted with a 130/60 section Dunlop American Elite tyre, while the back wheel is fitted with a 180/60 section Dunlop Elite 3 multi-compound tyre. The front forks are 119 mm telescopic, and the rear shock absorber is 114 mm single shock absorber with air adjust feature. The Indian Chieftain Elite's braking system consists of twin 300 mm floating discs with four piston callipers in the front and a single 300 mm disc brake with two piston callipers in the rear.

Indian Roadmaster

Name

Indian Roadmaster

Expected Price

Rs. 42.15 - 42.65 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Chieftain Elite - The Indian Roadmaster is a touring motorbike from the Indian motorcycle line that embodies comfort, elegance, and performance. It is powered by a Thunder Stroke III 1811cc fuel-injected engine that produces 150Nm of peak torque at 2,900rpm. The engine is connected to a 6-speed transmission. It has a large 1668mm wheelbase and a gasoline tank size of 20.8 litres, making it perfect for lengthy trips.

Cruise control, cast aluminium frame with integrated air-box, keyless ignition, remote locking saddle bags and trunk, premium quality leather seats, horizon power shield, tyre pressure monitoring, heated rider and passenger seats, heated grips, 200 Watt Stereo with AM/FM and connectivity options such as Bluetooth, USB, and smartphone are just a few of the features available on the Roadmaster. A large 7-inch Indian touch-screen with Ride Command System is available, which includes features such as ambient air temperature, vehicle trouble codes, real-time clock, vehicle info, ride data, dual trip metres, vehicle status (such as tyre pressure, oil change, engine hours and voltage), average fuel economy, average speed, GPS/navigation, and more. It has a 300mm dual disc brake up front and a 300mm single disc brake at the back for stopping. ABS is included as standard.

The price of the Indian Roadmaster is Rs 42.96 lakh (On road, Delhi). Thunder Black, Burgundy Metallic, Polished Bronze over Thunder Black with Silver Pinstripe, and Pearl White over Star Silver are the four colour options.

Indian Roadmaster Elite

Name

Indian Roadmaster Elite

Expected Price

Rs. 48 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Dec,

About Upcoming Indian Roadmaster Elite - If the original Indian Roadmaster wasn't luxurious enough for you, the firm has now released the Roadmaster Elite, a more blinged-up version of the motorcycle. The ultra-luxurious cruiser costs Rs 48 lakh (ex-showroom), making it India's second most expensive motorbike behind the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited, which costs Rs 49.99 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Only 300 devices were made available globally, with only two arriving in India. Both flats have been sold out, which is unsurprising. The business has said, however, that another unit will be available soon. Each of these devices has a bespoke dual-tone blue-and-black paint finish that takes up to 30 hours to do by hand, according to the manufacturer. A 23-karat gold leaf ‘Indian' emblem is also added to the gasoline tank.

The limited edition model comes with a 'Ride Command System,' which uses a 7-inch touchscreen to monitor and control vehicle statistics, fuel economy, Bluetooth connectivity, music control, and GPS navigation. It also comes with heated grips, dual-climate heated seats, passenger armrests, a touring console, pinnacle mirrors, and a 300W premium audio system, rather than the 100W and 200W units featured on the Standard and Classic Roadmasters. The motorbike also comes with lockable waterproof saddlebags and ABS as standard. The regular model's 1811cc 'Thunder-Stroke' V-Twin engine provides the same amount of power. This engine produces 150Nm of peak torque at 2900rpm and is connected to a 6-speed transmission.