Delhi Auto Expo beginning from 7th January, 2012, will have around 50 new launches and showcases are expected at the mega show, including 9 new two-wheelers. The show is sure to attract a large amount of bike lovers and is expected to be a huge success as in previous years.
The highlight of the show will be Bajaj KTM Duke 200, 600 cc Ninja, Hero Impulse and the new Yamaha R15 Version 2.0. Mahindra will also be in focus, as it has planned to launch its new Duro DZ scooter and exhibit its MGP30 racing motorcycle.
Hero Motocorp, India's largest two-wheeler makers, will make the debut of its new Maestro scooter, while Yamaha India will put on display its sporty looking bike Fazer 250. Yamaha's other models, such as VMax, FZ1 and MT-01, are also expected to draw biker's attention.
It is expected that TVS, one of the leading two-wheeler makers of India, will come with its flagship model, TVS Apache RTR 180. The model is now available in optional Anti-locking Braking System (ABS). Royal Enfield, one of the oldest motorbike makers in India, will exhibit its classic bikes like Royal Enfield Classic 500 and Bullet 350 at the event. The company also intends on introducing some new unique concept motorcycles.
On the Western front, Harley-Davidson, the renowned American motorcycle manufacturer, will be seen with its 2012 Heritage Softail Classic. The company made its entry into the Indian two-wheeler market in 2010. BMW Motorrad will launch its 2012 K 1600GT and K 1600 GTL along with its new scooters, C 650 GT and C 600 Sport at the Auto Expo 2012.
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