The latest motor bike lineup offers an expansive variety of choices and performance levels, many boasting cutting-edge technologies such as traction control and cornering ABS.
Are You Searching for an Ultimate Riding Experience? Consider opting for either a Classic or Modern Motorcycle as it provides great reliability and exceptional performance.
Aston Martin DB11
Aston Martin offers 35 exterior colors for its most customizable model – the DB11! Additionally, roof panel, roof strake and bonnet blade options give drivers a chance to personalize the vehicle even further. Inside you can also customize with different colors and trims.
The Cadillac CT6 boasts a powerful twin-turbo V12 engine which produces 630 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque, along with an 8-speed automatic transmission for smooth shifts and an effortless driving experience.
The DB11 feels well-balanced around bends and responds quickly when you press on the gas pedal. Its quiet cabin allows passengers to enjoy peace and serenity on long journeys at high speeds.
Ducati MotoE V21L
Ducati will enter its V21L prototype into the 2023 MotoE World Cup electric race series as its entry. Weighing only 496 pounds and boasting 150 horsepower and 103 foot-pounds of torque (or 12 additional twists than standard Panigale V4).
The Ducati MotoE uses an 18 kWh battery pack that charges to 80% in 45 minutes and features robust cooling systems to protect it from overheating.
This bike features similar controls to traditional race bikes, including electronic features like traction control, slide control and wheelie control as well as maps for throttle and brakes.
Aprilia RS 660
The Aprilia RS 660 brings their state-of-the-art technology into reach. A middleweight supersport, it can excite riders while remaining easy to ride and maneuver.
It also features a comprehensive package of rider aids suitable for high classes, and its lightweight wet weight of only 183 kilograms ensures pure riding fun.
The new RS 660 features the advanced APRC electronic control system, featuring internal gyroscopes and acceleration sensors to constantly monitor its ride, making instant adjustments that help enhance performance and safety. It includes automatic gearshifting function AQS that enables fast shifts without using clutch or throttle closure; in addition, cruise control keeps your chosen speed consistent.
BMW R 1250 R
The 2023 BMW R 1250 R is an agile and performance-oriented big roadster designed for solo rides or with a passenger, featuring standard dynamic traction control, Integral ABS Pro brakes, three riding modes including an economical mode called “ECO mode.”
The water-cooled boxer twin’s power output of 136 horsepower and 105 lb-ft comes from its powerful ShiftCam variable intake timing system which offers adjustable valve lift and throttle angle as well as its sporty Core Screen Sport display and connectivity features including on-board charging capabilities.
Ice Grey non-metallic paint is also available, along with premium Triple Black and Style Sport variants in Racing Blue Metallic featuring white frames and gold-colored calipers. Furthermore, the 2023 R 1250 R also comes equipped with an optional solo seat rear cover to replace passenger seating.
After an arduous journey of being bought out by Ducati, residual bankruptcy, and acquisition by Zhongneng Vehicle Group, Moto Morini is back on track with their comeback with two brand-new models; the X-Cape and Seiemmezzo. Adishwar Auto Ride India distributes Moto Morini bikes here as part of their Moto Vault network which also retails Benelli bikes.
The X-Cape comes equipped with fully adjustable Marzocchi suspension, Brembo calipers, and Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR rubber for an exceptional price point. It offers complete drivability.
The X-Cape feels agile and light on its feet, taking to twisties with ease while not objecting to being thrust around circuits.
Suzuki V-Strom 800DE
From its introduction in 2002, Suzuki V-Strom motorcycles have long been associated with V-Twin power. So when they unveiled their middleweight adventurer at EICMA 2022, there was silence as Suzuki showed an all-new parallel twin under its bonnet.
The new 776cc engine boasts a 270-degree crank and cross balancer to reduce vibration and noise emissions. A sturdy steel frame with Showa suspension and 21-inch front wheel provide true off-road capability while still offering that classic V-Strom look. In addition, this V-Strom 800DE boasts the longest suspension travel and highest ground clearance of any V-Strom model; rider can select two levels of ABS** sensitivity on its Multifunction Instrument Panel to optimize performance when riding off road.