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A host of exciting products from international motorcycle brands will be available in India now on as Motoroyale announces partnership with MV Agusta, Norton Motorcycles, SWM, FB Mondial and Hyosung. Motoroyale is Kinetic group’s venture and will be India’s first multi – brand super bike manufacturer.
Today the company has revealed seven new products from different categories and brands. These include the following bikes:
The Brutale 800 RR is one of the best looking street naked and is also one of the lightest at just 175kgs(dry). It’s power to weight ratio is a staggering 800bhp/tonne and is packed to the brim with electronic aids.
Price: Rs 18.99 lakh
Only 37 units of the Norton motorcycles will be sold in India. Both the bikes are British marquee classics, feature the same engine and are exclusively hand-crafted for their customers.
Commmando: Rs 20.99 lakh
Dominator: Rs 23.70 lakh
The Italy based Speedy Working Motors specializes in the off-roading segment and have aquired the BMW Husqvarna factory in Varese near Milan. The SuperDual has high ground clearance, weighs only 169kgs and has Brembo brakes with switchable ABS.
SuperDual T Base: Rs 6.8 lakh
SuperDual T: Rs 7.3 lakh
The HPS 300 features a liquid cooled engine, a front floating disc brake with Bosch ABS modulator and a unique hipster design with dual tone fuel tank.
Price: Rs 3.37 lakh
The biggest Korean motorcycle brand exists in India since 2003 and to further expand their business they have tied up with Motoroyale.
GT 250 RC: Rs 3.38 lakh
GV 650 ABS: Rs 5.55 lakh
At the launch of these international products in India, Ajinkya Firodia, MD, Motoroyale, said, “Motoroyale is India’s only multi-brand superbike company that offers a range of products starting from 250cc to 1000cc. It’s a one stop shop for one and all where they will get exotic and never seen motorcycles all under one roof. Each tie-up offers both customers, dealers and the market a unique proposition to cater to the requirement and choices of all superbikers.”
These motorcycles will cater to enthusiasts looking for a wide range of categories like supersports, street nakeds, cruisers, hipsters, off-roaders and tourers. These exciting new motorcycles will range from Rs 3 lakh and Rs 60 lakh. They will be assembled in India at Kinetic’s plant in Ahmednagar which is a dedicated space for Motoroyale and can assemble 30,000 units annually.
Motoroyale plans to launch its dealerships in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Delhi in October, followed by two more dealerships in Cochin and Bangalore. In the next six to 12 months, the company plans to expand its reach in cities including Pune, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Kolkata and Indore.