With the advent of fresh innovations across all industries. It makes sense when we learn about upcoming new launches from the automotive sector. The audience is kept intrigued by these launches. Let’s look at the specifics of the most significant anticipated new launches in November.
Royal Enfield’s Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650
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Royal Enfield will introduce its newest, much-anticipated models. the Shotgun 650 and Super Meteor 650. Both of these vehicles, which fall within the 650cc category, have been seen testing recently. The International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition (EICMA) is quickly approaching, thus the time has come for their formal introduction. The Shotgun 650 is anticipated to cost Rs 3.15 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Super Meteor 650 will cost Rs 3.5 lakh.
Hero Xpulse 200T
Hero Motocorp surprises us with its upcoming launch this month. It is the latest model of Indian OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). In addition, Hero Motocorp has unveiled a teaser that shows the Xpulse 200T’s visual tweaks. It is an Xpulse 200 that is more focused on the road. However, the upgraded Xpulse 200 model has only a few noticeable alterations. This model is anticipated to cost between Rs. 1.25 lakh and Rs. 1.30 lakh (ex-showroom)
Gogoro Electric Scooters
Following the recent launch of its electric scooter, the Vida V1, Hero Motocorp will soon introduce another product. The largest two-wheeler producer in the nation, Hero Motocorp, has teamed with Taiwanese e-scooter maker Gogoro. The cooperation was formed primarily to develop automobiles together and exchange infrastructure. Additionally, on November 3 the business will present its roadmap for India.
Ultraviolette F77 electric motorcycle
This month, Ultraviolette Automotive introduces the Ultraviolette F77. An electric motorcycle is a model. The pandemic forced Bengaluru-based Ultraviolette Automotive to postpone its product delivery schedule. On this first production version, it has worked to quickly integrate many of the anticipated changes for the Gen 2 machine. This model’s battery capacity has increased significantly to a whopping 10.5 kWh, and its IDC range (or range under Indian driving conditions) is a very outstanding 307 km.
It is a brand-new product that will be introduced to the Indian market. The Chinese Qianjiang group owns both QJMotor and Benelli, which are sister brands. The firm has over 30 models available in China, including motorbikes, scooters, and even electric vehicles. Four petrol-powered motorbike models will, however, be introduced by QJMotor in India. SRC500 is the most well-known of these models.