Upcoming Bikes in April: These high-speed bikes will be launched in April, from Hayabusa to Triumph, the name is included!


Two-healers have been slowing down since Corona in India last year. If you are fond of biking at a high speed, then the month of April is going to be very special for you. Because in the Indian market this month, great high-speed bikes are going to knock their way. Which domestic customers will surely like. Some of them will come with their new avatar and some will be completely new. Let's have a look at the bikes launched in India in April 2021 and know which are those bikes that will be launched this month and are ready to dominate the domestic market as soon as they arrive.

Suzuki Hayabusa: The biggest highlight of the list of bikes to be launched in April 2021 is the Japanese automaker Suzuki's Hayabusa, which has shown its speed in India as well as in the whole world, has millions of fans worldwide, and now in a new avatar Ready to come again. Recently, the company released its teaser on the official website, confirming that Hayabusa is going to enter India this month. Some small and big changes will be seen in this form of change. It is believed that this will be the fastest fast Hayabusa ever. The model comes with a 1340cc, 4-cylinder engine that generates 190bhp power and 150Nm peak torque and comes with a 6-speed gearbox that will get a two-sided quick shifter and an autobiper.

2021 KTM RC 390: Talking about high-speed bikes to be launched in April, another name in this list is the new KTM RC 390 of Austrian two-wheeler manufacturer KTM. According to the reports, many pictures of this bike have been revealed, which shows that the bike is going to get a big update. It will have transparent fairing around the headlamps. The bike will have a 373 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, which will generate 44hp power and 35 Nm torque. According to media reports, no change will be seen in the updated KTM RC 390 bike in terms of performance.

Triumph Trident: British automaker Triumph is expected to be the cheapest Triumph bike. The two-wheeler manufacturer started booking for Triumph Trident in November last year. Recently, by releasing a teaser of this, it was informed that he is going to launch it in India on 6 April. According to the booking started in November, customers could book it for 50 thousand rupees. It can get a three-cylinder engine of 660 ccs which will generate 80 hp power and 64Nm torque. The bike can be priced at around Rs 7.45 lakh (ex-showroom).

TVS Apache RR 310: TVS has upgraded the Apache RTR 200 in the last few months and is now preparing to launch the updated RR 310 on April 7 this month. Although the company has not shared open information about the change of Apache RR 310, it is believed that apart from a few minor things, the company is not going to see any significant design changes or some additional changes in this sports bike. Will meet. Talking about the engine of Apache RR 310, this bike will use the 312.3 cc single-cylinder engine. Which will be capable of generating 33.5 Bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. Apart from this, this bike will be available with a 6-speed gearbox and slipper clutch. Talking about the features, the TFT instrument cluster will be retained as before, apart from this, many graphical layouts will be given according to the riding modes.