EICMA 2017

Editor@Throttle|Updated: November 8, 2017 8:47
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EICMA 2017, a grand event for biking enthusiasts opened in Milan, Italy on November 7, 2017 with great motorcycle innovations and advancements in technology. Besides this, the exhibition features different clusters like  Safety, Eicma Custom, E-Bike, Start Up and Innovation, as well as Tourism.

 

Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Twin and the Continental GT 650 Twin

 

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Royal Enfield has unveiled and will soon launch two bikes with a parallel-twin engine. Perhaps the most awaited motorcycle unveiling at EICMA 2017, both the Interceptor and the Continental GT 650 look delightful and evoke the memories of the Interceptor Mark I. Both, the bikes share the chassis and the engine. The Interceptor is more of an old-school roadster style motorcycle while the Continental GT 650 is the full-blown café racer as it was always.

 

Hero MotoCorp Adventure Bike X-Pulse

 

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Hero MotoCorp has unveiled the new Hero XPulse adventure bike concept. Hero says its new concept takes the Impulse legacy forward and also represents the homegrown manufacturer's plans to grow into higher engine capacity segments. The new Hero XPulse concept previews an adventure offering that will be available in dual versions. While there will be a dedicated off-roader, a touring friendly version will also be in the works.

 

2018 KTM 790 unveiled

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KTM has finally taken the wraps off the new 790 Duke at EICMA 2017. The motorcycle features a brand new, 799cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor that develops 105PS at 9,000 rpm and 86Nm at 8,000rpm. Called the LC8c, this is KTM's first parallel-twin motor and has a DOHC head with eight valves, actuated by DLC-coated finger followers. To help keep the vibrations at the minimum, KTM has employed two balancer shafts. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission.

 

Triumph Motorcycles 2018 Tiger 800 Range

 

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Tiger 800 range could be called new-generation and get a lot of updates to the looks as well as the mechanicals. The Tiger 800 range consists of the XC, which is the more off-road oriented variant and the XR, which will be the road-biased variant. Both XC and XR will further have sub-variants with various levels of features and equipment.

 

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