With highly awaited launches in the pipeline, EICMA 2022 can be an event that is worth waiting for.
EICMA 2022 (International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition) is going to take place from 8th to 13th November this year. So, let’s take a look at some of the most anticipated bike launches that will make the upcoming EICMA 2022 an event worth waiting for.
Although there has been no official announcement by the company yet, it is expected that KTM will showcase the new Duke bikes at EICMA, given that variants such as the 125, 200, and 390 Duke have been spotted in both Europe and India. The new bikes are most likely to arrive with a number of upgrades, including, but not limited to, a new chassis and modern design.
A highly expected launch by Suzuki at this two-day big event can replace its 650cc V-twin, which powers the SV650 and V-Strom 650 variants at present. The expected upcoming bike from Suzuki, the V-Strom 700 adventure, is likely to be revealed at EICMA 2022.
Harley-Davidson is highly expected to introduce its Pan America 1250 at the event. The expected bike will sport a heavyweight ADV design to challenge its opponents, such as the BMW GS, Triumph Tiger 1200, and Ducati Multistrada. If sources are to be believed, the organization might also launch a small-sized and accessible model of the Pan AM, which may sport a 975cc engine.
Honda, too, is likely to launch a bike at the upcoming event. As per a trusted source, the Japanese firm can breathe life into an old bike nameplate, calling it the Transalp 750, which is expected to be powered by a 750cc parallel-twin engine.
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is all set to be launched at EICMA 2022. The company has confirmed the launch by sharing an official teaser. The upcoming bike has been the talk of the town for a long time. Hardcore bike lovers, especially those seeking luxury on a budget, are all excited about the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650. The company officially is going ahead with the launch of the bike, but it is speculated that it also may offer a preview of its upcoming models.