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Hyundai has launched the i20 N Line in India, with starting prices from Rs. 9.84 lakh
Hyundai has finally launched the much anticipated i20 N Line in India, with introductory prices starting from Rs. 9.84 lakh (ex-showroom, India). The Hyundai i20 N Line gets unique cosmetic bits inside and out, accompanied by a sportier suspension setup and exhaust note.
The i20 N Line is the first of Hyundai’s N performance division cars in India, more of which will follow in the coming years. N Line models only get cosmetic changes and a few mechanical upgrades.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 launched, prices start at Rs 1.84 lakh
Royal Enfield has launched its 2021 Classic 350 in India. Prices for the entry-level model start at Rs 1.84 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
The entry-level, rear drum brake equipped model costs Rs 1.84 lakh, sitting above it is the Halcyon that gets a disc brake and dual-channel ABS (Rs 1.93 lakh). The Signals model, meanwhile, costs Rs 2.04 lakh, while the alloy-wheel equipped Dark variant is priced at Rs 2.11 lakh. Lastly, the top-spec Chrome model will set you back by Rs 2.15 lakh.
New BMW Concept CE 02 Electric Moped
New BMW Electric Moped, BMW Concept CE 02, For Riders Aged 16 Or Above – With a Top Speed of 90 kmph and 90 Kms Range.
With the Concept CE 02, BMW Motorrad is presenting a new interpretation of smart, urban single-track mobility one week before the IAA Mobility 2021. The electric vehicle concept, which is neither a classic motorcycle nor a scooter, is an exciting and highly emotional mobility offer.
“At first glance, there is little about the BMW Motorrad Concept CE 02 that is typically BMW Motorrad – it’s something completely new. We want to strive for something novel and be pioneers – which is what we’ve proven ourselves capable of with various projects in the past. The Concept CE 02 features new proportions and modern forms of single-track mobility in an urban environment. In addition, we wanted to achieve a level of design innovation that we have not had before at this level. Straightforward use was important, but above all the emotional component was crucial, as well as riding fun,” explains Edgar Heinrich, Head of Design BMW Motorrad.