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The Five Must-Read Motorcycle News This Week

Your weekly catchup of the top five two-wheeler news of the week in under five minutes

It’s been a thrilling week with many exciting launches, special scoops, and EV updates in the world of two wheels. Here’s a quick review of the week that’s been!

TVS Introduces Three New iQube Electric Scooter Variants

TVS Motors has announced that its electric scooter, the iQube, will now feature three new variants: the iQube standard, iQube S and iQube ST. The company has focused on offering new features, more colours, better performance and a considerable bump up in range!

Hero’s new Hero Splendor Plus Xtec gets several segment-first features

Hero MotoCorp has given its work horse, the Splendor Plus, a touch of modernity with the new Xtec variant. The practical and reliable vehicle will now offer even more value for money with several segment-first features.

The wait for the 2022 KTM RC 390 may be over soon!

The launch of the new KTM RC 390 has been delayed a fair bit, but with the new KTM 390 Adventure here, as per our dealer sources, KTM’s updated flagship supersport is just around the corner.

Royal Enfield Scram 450 spotted testing

The idea of a faster, more capable RE Himalayan 450 has kept us on the edge of our seats for sometime now. However, in a surprising turn of events, spotted along with the Himalayan 450 on its test run was a scrambler styled 450cc bike from the RE stable, hinting at the possibility of a Scram 450.

Hungary’s Keeway makes its Indian debut

Hungarian-Chinese bikemaker Keeway has opened its Indian innings with a 250cc V-twin cruiser, a 300cc sporty maxi-scooter and a 300cc retro-modern scooter. Keeway is Benelli’s sister concern company and has plans of launching eight new products for India in the future along with a India focus EV portfolio slated for a launch sometime next year.

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