It wasn’t all about the cars at the Auto Expo. Several two-wheeler manufacturers made a splash with unveiling of concept bikes, super bikes and roadsters.
While there were quite a few stunners at the Indian Motorcycles pavilion, the cynosure of all eyes was this beast of a machine called The Roadmaster. The other bikes which were displayed by the Polaris owned bike manufacturer included the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Indian Scout .
A Triumph-ant tale
British bike brand Triumph unveiled its iconic Bonneville collection. The three models – Street Twin, ThruxtonR and the Bonneville T120 – will be launched in the next few months.
Honda’s two-wheeler division unleashed a slew of upgraded and new variants at the Auto Expo. The 110-cc Navi, which will roll out of Honda dealerships in April 2016, generated a lot of curiosity amongst visitors. The 1000-cc superbike CRF1000L African Twin was also unveiled.
Revamped variants of four other models – CD100 Dream, Dream Neo, CB Unicorn 160 and the scooter Dio – were also showcased by Honda.
The Japanese two-wheeler brand showcased a few of its new and upgraded variants. Its super bike MT09 was the centre of attraction and among scooters, the Cygnus Ray-ZR was the latest model to be showcased.