Hey, Guys here is a great news for those who is waiting for all new upcoming car and bike brands and latest models of existing.
So, I know every lovers are waiting for his dream makes and models. Then what, here we are listing almost all that makes and models that is going to be launch in New Delhi Auto Expo 2012 at 7th Jan to 11th Jan.
So, Don’t worry and find your dream choices here:
Motorcycles Under 200cc
1. Bajaj Pulsar 150 and 180
Almost a decade ago the Pulsar revolutionised biking in India, the next generation Pulsars will take this forward with drastic improvements.
Price: Rs. 70,000 to 85,000/-
2. Honda Commuter
Honda heating up the commuter segment with this apart from the Twister. It is expected to be powered by a 100cc engine.
Price: Rs. 40,000/-
3. TVS Apache
The Apache gets its fair share of upgrades but none of them performance oriented!
Price: Rs. 65,000/-
Motorcycles 200cc and upto 350cc
1. KTM Duke 200
A promising performance bike with stunning looks and value of money.
Price: Rs. 1.4 Lakhs
2. Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
The Pulsar is back and it is faster. Meaner. Has killer naked street fighter looks. Introducing the Pulsar 200NS. 6-speed. 23.5 Bhp. Coming soon – to conquer your street.
Change can as much be a quiet revolution as a tumultuous upheaval. The Pulsars have been an uncanny mix of both. The Pulsar series of motorcycles from Bajaj have been beacons of change, the original Classic marking the beginning of an era of motorcycles in India that stands unparalleled by any other two-wheeler manufacturer. They brought performance, street-fighter looks and the concept of evolving series production to 4-stroke engine motorcycles. They proved that form was as important as function for the Indian biker and thereon, no bike manufacturer could ignore the visual statement its product displayed. Read more…
Price: Rs. 90,000/-
3. Bajaj Pulsar 220
The next generation fastest India beast, that is Bajaj Pulsar 220 getting new look and features in new year 2012. All set to get faster, meaner and better in all aspects.
Price: Rs. 85,000/-
4. Hyosung GT250R and GT250N
Hyosung bringing its competitor into the growing 250cc segment with low cost alternative to the Honda CBR 250 and Kawasaki Ninja 250.
Price: Rs. 2.0 & 1.8 Lakhs
5. Hyosung GV250
The first cruiser in the 250cc segment. Yeah, This will be interesting!
Price: Rs. 2.4 Lakhs
6. Yamaha Fazer 250
Yamaha foraying into the “Hot” 250cc segment not with our favourite R15 with the Fazer.
Price: Rs. 1.5 Lakhs
7. Suzuki GW250
Japanese bike makers scores a point or two with comparable Indian bikes like Bajaj Pulsar, Hero MotoCorp Karizma ZMR and TVS Apache interms of Quality, Fit and Finish, Stability and Performance. Of course they come at higher price and hence Indian bikes at 60% of the Japanese products are value for money. Indian motorcycles gives better mileage. Japanese bikes are good for city roads with average city speeds of 80kms. Yamaha Fazer 250 will be a good competitor to Suzuki GW250.
The Suzuki B-King came about after years of work on a concept model which was first shown to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2001. At the time, the supercharged bike was said to produce over 250 HP using the contemporary Hayabusa engine, and was displayed with a 240 series tire on the rear hoop.
Price: Rs. 1.6 Lakhs
8. Triumph 250cc
Like many of the Coventry makes, Triumph hadtheir roots in the bicycle industry, beginning motorcycle production in 1902. In 1908, they won the single-cylinder class in the TT races, the machine being powered by a 500cc engine designed by one of the German founders of the firm, Maurice Schulte. After the First World War, Triumph were also involved with car production, but once this interest was relinquished when separate companies were established in 1936 the marque became truly succesful. This was due to the first of the famous Speed Twins, launched in 1937 with a vertical ohv engine. This was the ancestor of many great machines produced after the Second World War, notably the Thunderbirds and Bonnevilles.
Triumph were the dominant manufacturer in production racing throughout the sixties utilising tuned versions of their already potent Bonneville model to good affect. A “Thruxton” Bonneville had been marketed between 1964 and 1965 incorporating a large number of the optional performance parts as standard. In theory these parts were available to anyone wishing to uprate their machine to “Thruxton” specification; however, the availability was often disputed. Original “Thruxton” Bonneville’s are now highly prized collectors items but the components required to convert a standard “Bonnie” to Thruxton specification are arguably more easily acquired today than they were in the sixties.
Triumph has decided to launch in India with its 250cc bike range.
Price: Rs. 2.5 Lakhs
Motorcycles 500cc and upto 750cc
1. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500
The Thunderbird is built for those who choose to cruise.
With a smooth lean burn 350cc engine, Constant Vacuum (CV) carburettor for easy starts, ergonomic stepped seat and confortable pillion backrest, the laid back Thunderbird roams open highways and circumnavigates crowded city streets effortlessly.
Price: Rs. 1,25,000/-
2. Kawasaki Ninja 650R, ER6N and Z750
Kawasaki introducing its three revised models 650R, ER6N and Z750.
Besides the all-new ZX-14R, Kawasaki has also totally revamped another one of its popular sportbikes for 2012 – the Ninja 650R.
The new 650 R Ninja features a “new perimeter-style frame, revised suspension, more angular bodywork, new instrumentation, improved engine performance, a more comfortable saddle, lower seat height and much more.”
The 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650R is powered by a 649cc vertical twin with double-overhead camshafts and smooth-running fuel injection. The motor was designed for mid-range power for everyday riding, and allows the 650R to get around 50 mpg.
Price: Rs. 5.0 Lakhs
The ER6N can be best described as a naked version of the revised Ninja 650R, and they share a new steel-trellis frame. Kawasaki engineers used computer modeling to come up with a revised rigidity balance, allowing a measure of tuned flex for improved handling. The frame itself is said to be nearly as light as a comparable aluminum alloy unit, and it boasts an upgraded finish over previous 650Rs. Both chassis also share an offset lay-down rear shock and a relatively long tubular-steel swingarm that offers extra rigidity to balance the frame’s extra flex.
Price: Rs. 4.5 Lakhs
Top value, top fun and a top seller. With an easy to ride nature and ready to be personalised, the street wise Z750 is a true urban success story. Finance is available on this model, see offers for details.
Price: Rs. 7.0 Lakhs
Motorcycles 750cc and above
1. Ducati Monster 795
Ducati bringing in one of the sexiest naked bikes in this segment that is bound to make bike lovers drool all time!
Price: Rs. 6.0 Lakhs
2. Suzuki Intruder M800
Suzuki presenting the new performance style on the streets, with a gleaming performance from the stable of Suzuki’s legendary V-Twin Heritage, the Suzuki Intruder M800. Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, brings you the Intruder M800 with the same stunning style and technology as that of its larger-displacement brothers. Superb looks combined with superb performance. Cutting edge performance Suzuki V-Twin Heritage with classic cruiser style, the Intruder M800 offers all. The Intruder M800 is available in two colours – Metallic Alba Blue & Glass Sparkle Black.
Price: Rs. 9 Lakhs
3. BMW S1000RR
The good just got better. Upgraded for 2012, the S1000RR will continue its domiance with minute improvements in key areas.
Price: Rs. 22 Lakhs
4. Kawasaki ZZR1400
The ZZR1400 is capable of accelerating from 0–60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 299 km/h as a result of an agreement between the major Japanese and European motorcycle manufactures.
Price: Rs. 15 Lakhs
5. Honda CBR1000RR
The CBR1000RR, also known as the Fireblade, is a 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder sport bike that was introduced by Honda in 2004 to replace the CBR954RR.
The Honda CBR1000RR was developed by the same team that was behind the MotoGP series. Many of the new technologies introduced in the Honda CBR600RR, a direct descendant of the RC211V, were used in the new CBR1000RR such as a lengthy swingarm, Unit Pro-Link rear suspension, and Dual Stage Fuel Injection System (DSFI).
Price: Rs. 15 Lakhs
6. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Packed with advanced technology and rider focused features, the ZX-10R represents another massive performance step for the Ninja brand.
Price: Rs. 12 to 15 Lakhs
7. Ducati 1199 Panigale
The wait is almost over, the Ducati 1199 Panigale on its way.
The new model not only will deliver record performance, breathtaking design and technical innovation, it also breaks with our Superbike tradition by adding a name to its 1199cc engine capacity, making a significant and warm association to its historic roots in the Borgo Panigale (pronounced “Pan-ee-gah-lee”) area of Bologna. In an Italian territory known as “Motor Valley” and where high performance and racing runs through the veins of its passionate people, we decided to underline our pride in being world ambassadors for the “Made in Italy” title by immortalizing our home town in the name of the best sportsbike ever built.
Price: Rs. 25 Lakhs
8. Harley Davidson XL 1200X
There are some more features revealed about Harley Davidson Forty Eight, the third infant from legendary Harley Davidson Bikes. Designed specifically as the street bike Forty Eight will make its contenders jealous with its bull dog physique, peanut fuel tank supported by 1200 cc V-Twin engine, slung mirrors, slammed chassis and various other features. Harley Davidson Forty Eight carries all those features that will make every one crazy toward itself at its first look. Cosmetics that make Forty Eight a unique piece of art includes new generation powerful engine, supported by accents, small solo seat with 150 mm front tyre, all giving Harley Davidson an eye catching physique.
Price: Rs. 9 Lakhs
Now, here are some scooters that is going to launch in 2012
1. Vespa LX125 Scooter
Vespa has been finally decided to come back again in India with its latest scooters. Vespa had collaboration with LML before this.
Price: Rs. 60,000/-
2. Maestro by Hero Motocorp
Hero Motocorp is now launching Maestro after Pleasure. Pleasure was its first ladies scooter in India. Maestro is also a new and fist scooter model of Hero Motocorp but after his new brand name.
Price: Rs. 50,000/-
3. Honda Scooter 2012
Honda is launching its another model in addition of its already super hit Activa and Dio.
Price: Rs. 60,000/-
4. Mahindra Duro DZ
After successfully launching the wide array of four wheelers in the global market, the domestic auto company Mahindra and Mahindra has recently launched its first 125 cc scooter Mahindra Duro DZ in Hyderabad. The launch of Mahindra Duro DZ throughout the country will be carried out in different phases. Mahindra Duro DZ is expected to be the tough contender for Honda Activa from Honda Motors. Mahindra Duro DZ is adorned with 124.6 cc engine creating the power of 8.1 PS at 7500 RPM and 9 Nm torque at 5,500 rpm.
Price: Rs. 44,000/-
5. 2012 Yamaha Scooters
Yamaha venturing into the scooter segment for the first time in Indian market.
Price: Rs. 55,000/- to 80,000/-
6. TVS Neo X3i
After making huge success in Indian two-wheeler market, TVS Bikes has succeeded in strengthening its roots in the Indonesian two wheeler market also. All the variants launched by TVS Motors have received an overwhelming response by customers in Indonesia also. Inspired from the huge success achieved in both countries, TVS Motors is now reported to be coming up with one more variant in the Indonesia market. There are reports that reveal that the company is conducting a test drive of the upcoming scooter TVS Neo X3i at its production plant located at Hosur, in Tamil Nadu.
Price: Rs. 48,000/-
7. New TVS Rockz Along NH7
Designed to rock the world with its stylish looks and power, the new TVS Rockz, a new jewel from the bag of TVS Bikes, is reported to be going for a test ride at TVS Motor’s plant in Hosur. Engineered with 125 cc engine, the Rockz is considered to be a high performing bike of its segment. The 125 cc engine embeds four F engine components that includes Roller Follower (RF), Light Piston Ring (LF), Teflon-coated guide tensioner (TF), and Advance Lub Circuit (LF). Additional feature integrated in TVS Rockz include anti-theft lock that automatically locks the bike whenever it is parked at its main stand.
Price: Rs. 50,000/-
NOTE: All Prices above are expected.