Bajaj-Triumph alliance set to unveil their first global motorcycle on June 27, 2023
The bike will be going on sale around Q2 of FY23.
There's been a lot of speculation about the launch of Bajaj-Triumph's first motorcycle for years. However, we now have a date.
In a recent interview, Rajiv Bajaj, CEO of Bajaj Auto, said that the new Bajaj-Triumph bike that's been spotted testing in India will be globally unveiled in London by Triumph "by the end of June, perhaps on June 27."
He added that the bike will be going on sale around the second quarter of this financial year. Rajiv Bajaj also hinted that there is more than one bike under development, which could also go on sale in the second quarter.
Bajaj-Triumph bike: details
The Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler has been spotted testing in India multiple times over the past. In recent spy shots we noticed that the bike has handsome proportions. The design seems to take inspiration from the existing Triumph Bonneville family of motorcycles.
The riding position on this test bike also seems pretty relaxed, but there isn't much room for the pillion, by the looks of it.
As for the engine, the bike is expected to be powered by a 300-400cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. This bike is expected to be the most affordable Triumph that one can buy, once it goes on sale.
You can read more about the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle here.
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