A few months ago, I posted an article where I went on about how Bajaj might make the Pulsar brand redundant by launching the millionth Pulsar branded Motorcycles for every lunar cycle- and now with the launch of the updated Pulsar NS200 – it highlights Bajaj’s LAZY attitude towards innovation.
Hero MotoCorp unveiled the Mavrick 440 in India at the Hero World 2024, which is co-developed in alliance with Harley-Davidson and is based on the Harley X440 roadster.
AGMC, the official importer of BMW Group vehicles for Dubai, Sharjah, and the Northern Emirates, showcased the latest generation of BMW Authority and Protection vehicles at the 25th edition of Intersec 2024 with a range of BMW Motorrad products.
Yamaha R3 makes a return on Indian soil after a three-year hiatus.
India’s Odysse Electric Vehicles has confirmed that its Vader motorbike has been certified by the International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), including battery testing per AIS-156 norms. As a result, the motorbike will hit the roads in December 2023. The deliveries are scheduled to commence on December 1.
The Odysse Vader packs an IP67-certified 3kW (4hp) electric motor offering a top speed of 85kmph. The battery, which can be replenished fully in 4 hours, is efficient enough to deliver a range of 125km on a single charge. Other features include disc brakes (240mm at the front and 220mm at the rear), a 7-inch Android display with IoT connectivity, Google Maps, and four driving modes.
Odysse is offering the Vader in five colours – Fiery Red, Venom Green, Misty Grey, Midnight Blue and Glossy Black. Pre-bookings are open, with the minimum token amount set at INR 999.
Leave it to the Italians to add some panache to a regular single-cylinder engine configuration and make it outrageous!