Harley-Davidson has just unveiled its first ever electric motorcycle under the name Project Livewire. While the motorcycle is not yet being mass produced, the American Manufacturer will be using it to get feedback and insights into what customers expect from an electric bike in the future. According to the company, the clutchless transmission equipped motorcycle will do 0-100kmph under four seconds.
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2018 HYUNDAI SANTRO
Hyundai has finally revealed the all new Santro. Hyundai Santro is one of hotly anticipated offerings of the season and coincides with the brand’s 20th anniversary in India. Back when it was launched, it was the hot selling hatchback in the market and now it returns into the market to claim the title again. The […]
Suzuki Katana is back after 13-year and it looks awesome. The retro standard bike with a 999cc inline-four engine makes an impressive 147 horsepower and 79 pound-feet of torque. The powerplant has been tweaked for the Katana to deliver smoother throttle response and a wider torque band, along with improved induction and exhaust sound. It’s […]
MV Agusta has revealed a new special edition of its Dragster 800 RR. This one is called the Dragster 800 RR Pirelli, the bike features two unique colour schemes, aesthetic detailing and Pirelli’s Diablo Supercorsa SP tyres with coloured lettering. The new 2018 Pirelli edition comes in two colour combinations – black/yellow, and white/blue. The bike […]
Mercedes-Benz has finally unveiled its first ever all-electric SUV, the EQC. Mercedes-Benz has kept EQC a lot more ‘normal’ resulting in quite astonishing car. At the front Mercedes-Benz EQC has a very familiar large grille and a twin slat AMG-esque design. The grille itself is shrouded with a black surround that flows into the LED […]
Renault has revealed the new Arkana SUV at Moscow motor show. The new Arkana’s design cues with the Captur, though with edgier styling like the LED headlamps taken from the likes of the new Megane. The platform of the Arkana is a reworked version of the same unit found on the Russia-spec Duster and Captur. […]