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Weekly Bike News Wrap-up Facelifted KTM RC200 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Spied And More


Here’s what the last week of 2020 offered in the two-wheeler world

Wrap up

While we bid adieu to 2020, the last week of the year offered a few spy shots and some interesting news in the motorcycle segment. Here’s everything for you to catch up on:

2021 KTM RC200 Spotted

2021 KTM RC200

KTM RC200 and RC390 have carried the same design since their inception. An overall revamp was bound to happen and it seems to be in process for the 2021 KTM RC200. To read more about it, click here.

Triumph-Bajaj Project Delayed

Bajaj Triumph

2020 started with a bang for both Bajaj and Triumph as they joined forces and planned to introduce more affordable Triumph motorcycles. However, the project has been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Head here to read more about it.

Yamaha FZ-X Trademarked

Yamaha

Yamaha has trademarked the name FZ-X. This is giving rise to various speculations, like them entering the ADV segment with a new bike or launching a new FZ 25 variant. We’ve discussed it in detail here.

TVS Launches 2021 Apache RTR 160 4V In Bangladesh

2021 TVS 160 4V

TVS has launched the 2021 Apache RTR 160 in Bangladesh. It has features like Bluetooth enabled TVS SmartXonnect that lets you connect your smartphone to the motorcycle via an application and access data like leaning angles, turn by turn navigation, call/SMS alert and low fuel warning. As of now, TVS has only launched the model abroad, although we expect it to be launched in India in Q1 of 2021.

The added features will hike the overall price by Rs 5000 - 6000 and make the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V one of the most feature-packed offerings in its segment.

2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Spotted Without Camouflage

Representative image

Representative Image

The 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 was recently spotted testing without camouflage. It appeared to have a new frame and an engine borrowed from the Meteor 350. It appears to get new emulsion shock absorbers at the rear. The switchgear and brakes are also borrowed from the Meteor 350. It seems that Royal Enfield is going forward with the current-gen design and paint schemes as the majority of the crowd likes it. The design and the laidback engine are some of the reasons why the model has become a cult classic. However, Royal Enfield is very likely to offer customisation options to the buyers with the ‘Make It Your’ program.

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