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Here are the upcoming cars for 2010 and 2011. Automallindia Team works hard to give you latest information on expected new car launches. The data for the upcoming cars has been collected from various sources, including our own understanding and speculations.

Ducati Diavel

Expected to launch: Feb 14, 2012

Expected price: 27,00,000

Ducati, the most prominent name in the adventurous bike world, has once again planned to shake the Indian bike market with its most awaited, Ducati Diavel. The bike's first discloser took place at Milan, the international bike show. The company is to provide its new bike with elegant and sophisticated looks being equipped with latest technologies. The new cruiser bike from the company is to possess monstrous looks with aerodynamic graphics.

Hero Motocorp Ignitor

Expected to launch: Mar 14, 2012

Expected price: 55,000

Hero Honda - the world’s largest two-wheeler company revealed its new identity and changed the name of the company on 9th August, 2011. A mega event was held at the majestic O2 Arena on the banks of river Thames, London. Hero Honda is now Hero MotoCorp, the company revealed the new logo and unleashed 2 all-new products - Impulse and Maestro. Hero Impulse is a on-road cum off-road bike while Hero Maestro is a unisex scooter. Now, after 4-5 months the company has revealed two more products - Ignitor and Passion xPro.

Yamaha Yzf R6

Expected to launch: Mar 15, 2012

Expected price: 6,00,000

Yamaha has a number of pure sports bike in its portfolio and some bigger displacement bikes has been launched in India including Yamaha R1, Yamaha R15, Yamaha VMAX. The company intends to launch its most popular sports bike in India that is Yamaha YZF R6. This sports bike has crossed a good number of milestones on racing track. In fact, this is the dream sports for any professional biker. The bike lovers in India eagerly waiting for the launch of the Yamaha YZF R6 that can be brought anytime in India.

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500

Expected to launch: Mar 20, 2012

Expected price: 1,25,000

Royal Enfield, a division of Eicher Motors now, launched an upgraded version of Royal Enfield Thunderbird christened Royal Enfield Thunderbird Twinspark. Twinspark, ECU engine, disc brake, self start are some of the newly added assets to this popular Royal Enfield that use to be the sole entities of Royal Enfield's overseas motorcycles.

Ktm Duke 200

Expected to launch: May 23, 2012

Expected price: 1,00,000

Bajaj Auto, India’s largest 2 Wheeler makers and Australian bike maker KTM are coming together in India with the plan to launch its premium segment bike for the Indian customers. They are not planning to launch its bike only in India but also in some other countries too. Bajaj KTM is expected to produce power bikes with 125cc to 250 cc engines.

Hyosung GT 650N

Expected to launch: Sep 19, 2012

Expected price: 1,25,000

The Korean bike manufacturer announced its entry soon to the Indian bike world. The Indian customers have been waiting for the release from their ever favourite, the Hyosung. The company has planned to bash the Indian roads with its sports bike and the cruiser once again. The enterprise enquired that this time it would make the launches with its own name and no collaborations will be entertained.

Yamaha Ray

Expected to launch: Sep 25, 2012

Expected price: 56,500

Yamaha Ray costs shown here area unit indicative costs solely. The Yamaha Ray Ex-Showroom worth vary displays very cheap approximate worth of Yamaha Ray bike model throughout Asian nation excludes tax, registration, insurance and value of accessories. For actual costs of Yamaha Ray, please contact the Yamaha Ray dealer.


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