Hero Dare 125

₹56,000 - 61,000 (Expected Price)
Expected Launch :
October 2018
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Expected Launch : Dec 2020 Expected Price : 56000 to 61000 Hero Dare is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

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Trending bike news Revolt Intellicorp to launch India’s first electric Motorcycle tomorrow

June 18, 2019 will be a remarkable day marked in the history of Indian Automobile Market, as the first electric motorcycle in the country is all set to be launched tomorrow. Revolt Intellicorp, a brand founded by Micromax Mobiles CEO Rahul Sharma has geared up for the launch of this first ever vehicle in India. As per sketches received earlier, this motorcycle is assumed to be a naked model. This new AI enabled bike, as we know claims to run 156kms on a full charge. If you think that’s it about this ready to launch motorcycle, then here is more.

Revolt Electric bike, as it is called now until its name will be revealed tomorrow boasts of a new feature unlike any other motorcycles on road, an artificial exhaust note. The company had enticed enthusiasts three days ago with a tweet that asked why a bike should sound the same everyday. This left everyone perplexed, but what follows now is the news that this bike will be fitted with speakers to produce different exhaust notes according to customer choice. Smartphone integration has been provided for this feature.

The bike will have three riding modes; Economy, City and Sports for different rides and throttle response. Top speed is expected to be at 85kmph though the brand claims of a maximum 100kmph on the gauge.

Other features on this upcoming first ever electric motorcycle in India includes full LED headlamp, all digital instrument cluster with LTE connectivity, USD front forks with rear monoshock for smooth suspension, disc brake at both ends, and the mandatory ABS for safety.

We will have to wait one more day to know what more are the surprises in the package.

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Trending bike news The new model Ducati Hypermotard 950 is available in two variants-Hypermotard 950 SP and the standard Hypermotard 950 powered by a 937cc twin-cylinder Ducati Testastretta 11 degree engine that generates 114bhp at 9,000 rpm and 96 Nm at 7,250 rpm while being mated to a six speed gearbox. This engine is now 1.5kg lighter when compared with the ongoing model. The motorcycle gets three riding modes-Sport, Touring, and Urban.

This new Hypermotard 950 actually replaces the existing Hypermotard 939, at the same time it is an all new motorcycle in every single aspect. The view from the front is defined by the Hypermotard beak with a compact headlight along with a DRL.

The differences that can be seen between standard Ducati Hypermotard 950 and the Hypermotard 950 SP are with the suspension set up, weight, wheels and tyres, and the seat height. The Hypermotard 950 comes with fully adjustable Marzocchi front fork and Sachs rear monoshock. At the same time, Hypermotard 950 SP gets fully adjustable Ohlins suspension both at the front and back, with more travel. The weight of the standard model is 200Kg and the SP variant is 2Kg lighter than the standard model and weighs at 198Kg. The seat height is 870mm for the standard version where it is 890mm for the SP variant.

Interested buyers can book new Hypermotard from all Ducati dealerships across the country that includes Delhi – NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Kochi, Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad.

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