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Hero Vida e-scooter Hero MotoCorp is set to launch their latest electric offering, called the Vida e-scooter on October 7. While details still remain scarce, reports have suggested that the e-scooter will come with a swappable battery. A feature which isn’t seen on its competition such as the Bajaj Chetak, Ather 450X and others
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Bajaj Pulsar N150 Bajaj is all set to expand its lineup with the launch of the 2022 Pulsar N150, after being spied multiple times with a whole host of features like a new set of pilot lights, projector headlamps and a semi-digital instrument cluster among others. *representational image
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TVS iQube ST Ahead of the festive season, TVS might launch its top-shelf electric scooter, the iQube ST this month. Unveiled back in May, the flagship electric scooter gets 140km of claimed range along with a full-touchscreen 7-inch instrument cluster and more.
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Ducati Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak After giving us the updated Panigale V4 and Streetfighter V4, Ducati India will be turning its attention towards launching the Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak this month. Packing the same 170PS 1158cc Granturismo V4 engine, this special edition model is set to come with a host of cosmetic, mechanical and electronic changes.
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Keeway Retro Street 125 and 250 Keeway is slowly making a name for itself in the Indian auto market. Next in line, the Chinese manufacturer is setting up to launch the Retro Street 125 and 250 motorcycle this month. While details are yet to revealed, reports suggest that it’ll be based on the SCR250V Scrambler, which makes 16PS of power from its 250cc V-twin engine.