Saturday, October 24, 2009
KTM Duke will be Powered by a high-tech single-cylinder engine
Subsequently, Bajaj may bring in the KTM RC8 -KTM’s top of the line superbike, which would rival the likes of the R1 and Fireblade. The RC8, will be imported into India as a CBU so, will not cost less than Rs 10-12 lakh.
Bajaj will continue to refine and evolve its Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi.
Major changes expected on the 220 DTS-Fi are – styling changes, engine tweaks, monoshock rear suspension (similar to the Honda Unicorn), better brakes (Taking some inputs from the TVS Apache), and revamped instrumentation (which is aging).
So, lots of Sports biking action up ahead ! Stay tuned to IAB for then-and-there news and scoops.
IAB Comment: Worldwide, the economic crisis has made Auto-markets ‘Cold and Stale’, the Indian premium/sports bike segment on the other hand only seems to be getting hotter. This is what all of us have been longing for all these years. What do you think?
Source: India Automotive
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