These top upcoming bikes to rock the Indian market in 2022

The year 2022 is going to bring some major growth in the Indian two-wheeler industry, especially for brands like Royal Enfield, Yezdi etc. On the other hand, brands like Bajaj Auto and KTM will also introduce new vehicles. So let's know about it.

New-Gen KTM RC390: While KTM has already revealed new-gen RC200 motorcycles in India. The Performance Motorcycle brand also informed that it is going to come up with a fully updated RC390 in the next few months. However, it did not exactly say when the launch would take place. The price of the new generation RC390 is expected to start in the first quarter of 2022.

Royal Enfield Hunter 350: The iconic Chennai-based bike maker has a range of new products in the pipeline and hunter 350 is almost confirmed to be one of Royal Enfield's upcoming bikes. It will be another product based on Meteor 350 platform but will have a different style, design and setup. It is also expected to have a tripper navigation system when launched.

Road-biased Royal Enfield Himalayan: In addition to Hunter 350, the company is also developing a more road-focused Himalayan motorcycle. It was leaked earlier also through its scale model. It is being provided with the same engine, frame, while some components - mainly design and ergonomics - will be changed. It is expected to be launched by mid-2022.

Royal Enfield Shotgun/Classic 650: One of the biggest launches next year from Royal Enfield will be the cruiser model based on the existing 650 cc platform. It will appear as either classic 650 or shotgun 650.

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