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Upcoming two-wheelers in January 2024

The year 2024 has started, and many new launches are expected in the Indian two-wheeler sector this month. Here’s a list of all the upcoming bikes in India in January 2024.

Royal Enfield Shotgun 650

We have been given a glimpse of the Royal Enfield Shotgun 650, initially in its special edition at IBW. It is powered by a 648cc engine that produces 46.3 horsepower and 52.3 Nm and is based on the existing Royal Enfield 650cc platform. The Super Meteor 650, Interceptor 650, and Continental GT all share the same power plant.

The Shotgun 650 is expected to be priced between Rs 3.35 lakh and Rs 3.40 lakh (ex-showroom); it is positioned below the Super Meteor 650.

Ather 450 Apex

Ather is also expected to release the Apex 450 in due course. Ather has indicated and revealed some details about the 450 Apex on social media. It is suggested to have thrilling acceleration and top-speed capabilities. Then, according to some of its earlier teases, the Apex 450 scooter will have translucent side panels that show off the orange frame.

For comparison, the most expensive Ather scooter available now is priced at Rs. 1.70 lakh. The model with the Pro Pack is the 450X Gen 3. Therefore, we expect the Apex 450 to be priced between Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 20,000 more. This will distinguish it from the base model and have a significant impact on the overall product line.

Husqvarna Svartpilen 401

Eventually, Husqvarna India will join the 400cc market, and Svartpilen 401 will be its first bike. Repeated views of the test bike also revealed several visual clues.

Comparing the Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 to previous models marketed abroad, it is likely that a redesigned design will be implemented. It will have a fully digital console with LCD replacing TFT and LED headlights. To reduce production costs, we also believe that smartphone connectivity will be omitted. The new 390 Duke engine will be installed in the Svartpilen 401. The motor is a 399cc single cylinder mated to a six-speed transmission. It produces 39 Nm and 45 horsepower.

The estimated price of Svartpilen 401 is Rs. 2.65 (ex-showroom). After launch, this bike will compete with the Triumph Scrambler, Royal Enfield Scram 411, and Yezdi Scrambler.

Jawa Classic

We believe there will be an upgrade to the Java standard model, as the brand has hinted at a new launch in January. Like the Yezdi, the Jawa bike also needs some updates in some areas, which could improve the overall package and increase value for money.

The current engine of the Jawa Classic is a 294.72cc single-cylinder that produces 26.95bhp and 26.84Nm torque. However, with the new model, Java may be able to introduce a larger and updated engine.

The current price for the single-channel ABS model is Rs 1.81 lakh, and Rs 2.03 lakh for dual-channel ABS.

2024 Chetak Premium

Another EV to be launched this month could be the 2024 Chetak Premium. After the recent launch of the Chetak Urban, it is now time for Bajaj to give the same treatment to the Chetak Premium. Although we don’t expect many cosmetic changes, the electric scooter could finally gain additional power and longer range, like the recently unveiled Tec Pac. The probability is that the hardware will not change. However, the price may increase from the current version of Rs 1.15 lakh.

Hero 440cc Bike

Last but not least, Hero MotoCorp will unveil its 440cc motorcycle. Now we all know that Hero has developed and is producing the Harley Davidson X440. Thus, we can assume that the Hero-branded motorcycle will use hardware, engines, and features similar to its American twin, the X440.

Hero is known for making some highly affordable motorcycles, so we guess its new 440cc bike will be less expensive than the Harley Davidson X440, which is currently available at Rs 2.39 lakh. Hero plans to launch it officially on January 22, and it could be priced under Rs 2 lakh.

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