After clubbing with Pune based DSK Group, DSK Motowheels, South Korean premium motorcycle manufacturer, Hyosung Motorcycles boomed some fame in medias frequently. In fact, DSK was scribing the future of Indian motorcyclism by an alliance with Hyosung Motorcycles. Now the reports have been leaked out that the company plans to launch cruisers GV650 and GV250.
"We are confident that the GT250R will set a benchmark in the 250cc segment by taking super biking industry to the next level. We are targeting bike sales of 3,000 units in 2012-13 and will launch the GV-650 bike after September 2012 and the GV-250 between December 2012 and February 2013 as we need to give GT250R some time to establish itself" said Director of DSK Motowheels, Mr. Shirish Kulkarni.
The GV650 is powered by a V-twin, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled, 647cc engine. The 650cc displaced engine is mated with 74 PS of power and a five-speed gear transmission will smoothen the city drive. As a hallmark in Hyosung bikes, the GV650 will also feature upside-down type telescopic fork at the front and twin shock-absorbers at the rear. Moreover, two 300mm discs at the front and a 270-mm disc at the rear roll on more safety to riders. The bike is expected to be launched this September with a price tag of Rs. 5 lakh.
The GV250 cruiser will be a super bonus to the Indian two wheeler market, since the segment is monopolized by Royal Enfield. The motorcycle comes with a powerful V-twin, fuel-injected, air-oil-cooled 249cc engine that is engineered to provide 29 PS power and runs in five-speed transmission to ensure maximum economy. Unlike the GV650, it is comprised of just a single disc brake in front and drums in rear. And the telescopic suspension at the front and twin rear shock-absorbers comfort journey richer. The bike is estimated to be launched in December 2012 with a price tag of Rs. 2.5 lakh.
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