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List of all Latest Bikes in India [2024 Bike Name List]

Team AckoApr 30, 2024

With a rich motorcycling culture, India is always excited about new two-wheeled wonders hitting the market. The year 2024 has brought forth an impressive lineup of motorcycles that cater to the diverse needs and preferences of Indian riders. In this article, we delve into the details of the latest bikes in India.




Latest Bike Name List in India

Here is the list of new bike launches in India.

S No.

Name of the latest bikes (India)

Ex-showroom Price (Delhi)



Rs.80,000 onwards


Ampere NXG

Rs.1.30 lakhs onwards


Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Military SilverRed and Military SilverBlack

Rs.1.73 lakhs onwards


Hero Xtreme 125R

Rs.96,000 onwards


Revolt RV400 BRZ

Rs.1.37 lakhs onwards


Honda NX500

Rs.5.90 lakhs onwards


Husqvarna Svartpilen 401

Rs.2.92 lakhs


Royal Enfield Shotgun 650

Rs.3.59 lakhs onwards 


Jawa 350

Rs.2.15 lakhs 



Rs.1.90 lakhs

Top Latest Bikes in India 

Refer to the following latest two-wheelers launched in India, including bike names like the Hero Xpulse 200 4V. Please note that the models are listed and not ranked. 

1. OLA S1 X

The Ola S1 X is the most affordable offering in the brand's electric scooter range, available in three variants priced from Rs 80,000 to Rs 1.06 lakh. It shares design cues like the flat floorboard and front apron storage with the Gen 2 S1 Pro models, but gets differentiated with details like the unique LED projector headlamp with integrated DRLs, streamlined mirrors and bright two-tone paint schemes.


Power comes from a 3.9kw hub-mounted electric motor with torque rated at 58Nm. The base 2kWh battery variant has range of 75km on a full charge and top speed limited to 85km/h while the mid and range topping 3kWh variants powered by advanced lithium ion battery packs reach 101km range with 90km/h top speed. Charging the swappable batteries from 0-100% takes around 7 hours via any 15amp home socket.

Features include digital instrument cluster, 3 riding modes, mobile app connectivity, geofencing security and navigation. Safety is ensured by electronic assisted braking working through 120mm drum brakes on 10 inch wheels. The underseat storage can hold 2 helmets while there is additional utility space in the front apron box. Comfort is taken care of by adjustable rear monoshock suspension.

Ola is targeting young, first time buyers looking for an affordable yet well designed, high technology electric scooter with the S1 X range. The pricing undercuts other premium rivals while offering a reliable real world range and decent performance. For environmentally conscious urban riders, the S1 X makes a strong case within a budget.

2. Ampere NXG

Ampere NXG is the Hosur based brand's first electric motorcycle, expected to launch in March 2024 priced from Rs 1.3 - 1.5 lakh. The neo-retro roadster styled NXG is the brand's flagship electric two wheeler, promising a range up to 200km from a single charge of its high capacity lithium ion battery pack powering a hub mounted electric motor.


The maxi-scooter styled bodywork and flat seat promises comfortable ergonomics while the low center of gravity should help flickable handling. Features can be expected to include full digital instrumentation, LED lighting, smartphone connectivity through a dedicated app and different riding modes to maximize range or performance.

Propulsion specs are still under wraps but expect instant torque delivery from the electric powertrain for quick acceleration. Hardware like telescopic front forks, twin rear shock absorbers and disc brakes on both wheels should promise composed ride and handling. The NXG will provide an affordable yet premium electric alternative to bikes like BGauss D15, Ather 450X and Odysse Hawk Plus. For urban riders looking to go electric without sacrificing style or performance, the Ampere NXG holds promise.

3. Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Military SilverRed and Military SilverBlack

Arguably the most iconic Royal Enfield model, the 2023 Bullet 350 receives a major update being now powered by an all-new 349cc single cylinder air-cooled 4-stroke engine replacing the legacy cast-iron unit. This fuel-injected J-series engine meets latest emission standards while retaining 20bhp peak power. A new dedicated chassis offers improved stability and ride quality with updated suspension travel.


The iconic Bullet styling remains wonderfully retro with its rounded headlight, flat seat, chrome finishes, right-side exhaust and poised upright stance. The minimalist appeal extends inside through basic instrumentation in the semi-digital console.While features are spartan, reliability and effortless cruising capability is truly the Bullet’s forte. 

Available in 2 new variants (Bullet 350 Military SilverRed and Military SilverBlack) spanning Rs 1.73 to 2.16 lakh, this quintessential Royal Enfield in its latest 350cc avatar promises vintage design married to modern engineering. Nostalgia riders have a trusted companion while new buyers get the authentic RE experience at an affordable price.

4. Hero Xtreme 125R

The Hero Xtreme 125R has an aggressive streetfighter design language with its LED headlamp nestled between razor sharp tank extensions, split seat setup, stubby exhaust and fat 150mm rear tyre. Drawing power from a 125cc single cylinder air-cooled engine paired with a 5-speed gearbox, performance is a crisp 11.5bhp with low down torque for rapid acceleration.


Packed with features usually seen in higher segments like all LED lighting, full digital display with Bluetooth connectivity, auto sail technology for enhanced fuel efficiency, safety is taken care by options of Combi Brake System or Single Channel ABS. Available in striking color schemes like Sports Red and Panther Black, prices range Rs 97,000 to Rs 1.02 lakh making it extremely competitive to offerings from TVS, Honda and Bajaj. For younger riders looking for a fast streetstyler on a budget, the Hero Xtreme 125R delivers aggressively styled looks with the reliability the brand is known for.

5. Revolt RV400 BRZ

The Revolt RV400 BRZ is the most affordable electric motorcycle offering from the brand, positioned below the RV400. At Rs 1.38 lakh it rivals other affordable options like Oben Rorr and Tork Kratos EVs. Powering the RV400 BRZ is a compact 3.24KWh lithium ion battery pack offering convenient home charging through any 15A power socket.


The permanent magnet AC motor has a peak output of 3.6kW allowing for a top speed of 85km/h in Eco mode with range around 150km. A full recharge takes 4.5 hours for city friendly usability. Convenience features include digital instrumentation, CBS and 3 ride modes to balance performance and efficiency.

While more affordable than original RV400 and lacking connectivity features, the RV400 BRZ focuses on providing a well designed electric two-wheeler with usable range and battery capability, making the transition from fuel powered bikes easier on the pocket too for new EV adopters.

6. Honda NX500

The Honda NX500 adventure tourer looks set to shake up the middleweight segment with its Neo Sports Café inspired design housing the potent 471cc, 8-valve, DOHC parallel-twin motor already doing duty in globally sold CB500X. Tuned for strong mid-range grunt, the twin produces a peak 47bhp and 43Nm torque, managed by a 6-speed gearbox and assist/slipper clutch.


The twin tube diamond frame matched to long travel telescopic forks and preload adjustable monoshock give the NX500 capable rough road manners further aided by the lightweight 186kg kerb weight. The Rally Raid inspired bodywork looks muscular with the beak-like front cowl and tall adjustable windscreen promising weather protection on long rides,backed by a 17.5 liter fuel tank.

Packed with features including 6-axis IMU, cornering ABS, switchable traction control, full-color TFT display, LED lighting and Bluetooth connectivity, the adventurous NX500 available around Rs 5.90 lakh promises to bring true multi-terrain touring abilities matched to everyday practicality at an accessible price. The Benelli TRK502 remains its only direct rival.

7. Husqvarna Svartpilen 401

Part of the KTM-Husqvarna axis, the 2024 Svartpilen 401 adopts sharper Scrambler styling and updated underpinnings based on the KTM 390 Duke platform. Powered by a 373cc single cylinder DOHC, liquid cooled engine equipped with EFI and ride-by-wire to produce 45bhp and 37Nm torque, performance promises to excite while economy hovers around 30kmpl.


The updated steel trellis frame matched to WP Apex 43mm upside down forks and preload mono shock brings agile handling while safety systems include traction control and cornering ABS. The digital TFT dash supporting smartphone connectivity and navigation via dedicated app enhances the premium quotient. Priced around Rs 2.92 lakh, the 2024 Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 strikes an appealing balance blending KTM's sporty genes into a neo-retro Swedish wrapper offering distinctive appeal in the hotly competed 400cc space.

8. Royal Enfield Shotgun 650

The Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 is the newest factory custom model from the brand focused on bringing Bobber styling to the 650cc parallel twin platform. Priced Rs 3.59 - 3.73 lakh, the Shotgun 650 is a single seater at stock but offers optional pillion and luggage accessories. The retro styling stands out with design highlights like the teardrop fuel tank, wide flat handlebars, rounded all-LED lighting flanked by fork gaiters and the stubby rear fender over fat 16 inch front and 15 inch rear alloy wheels.


Powering the Shotgun 650 is the proven 648cc air/oil-cooled SOHC fuel-injected parallel twin motor putting out 47bhp and 52Nm paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The distinctive exhaust note promises the celebrated thump. Cycle parts bring premium appeal with beefy 43mm USD front forks, twin piggyback reservoir rear shock absorbers allowing for a lower stance and dual disc brakes with dual channel ABS. With bespoke styling details and a kerb weight of just 240kg, the Shotgun 650 aims to distill true bobber spirit married to modern performance at an affordable price.

9. Jawa 350

The newest retro-classic offering from Jawa, the 350 is powered by an all-new 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled DOHC engine putting out a class leading 28.1Nm torque right from 5000rpm to deliver brisk acceleration, mated to a precise 6-speed gearbox. The timeless design styling reflects the Jawa brand's vintage appeal with classic touches like the teardrop tank, chrome embellishments, metal fenders and two-tone paint schemes.


Underneath the curvy metalwork is a double cradle frame providing confident stability backed by telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers. The 280mm front and 240mm rear disc brakes with dual channel ABS ensure strong stopping power from the 194kg kerb weight. Compared to modern motorcycles, features are minimalistic but reflective of Jawa's pure and uncomplicated riding philosophy. With an incredibly refined, tractable engine in an iconic package, the Jawa 350 looks to win over both veteran loyalists and new classic bike fans at its competitive pricing around Rs 2.15 lakh.

10. SVITCH CSR 762

The SVITCH CSR 762 aims to disrupt the performance bike space by being India's first electric cruiser motorcycle. An attractive asking price of Rs 1.90 lakh pits it against much larger capacity fuel powered cruisers. The CSR 762 promises 110+ kmph top speed and 160km range from its compact 72V/90Ah lithium battery pack powering a brushless DC motor with 165Nm peak torque output. It has bike like hardware - upside down forks upfront, preload adjustable monoshock rear and dual 276mm discs with ABS - while weighing just 155kg.


A large 21 inch front wheel wrapped in a meaty 140 section tyre promises stability backed by 810mm seat height accessible for most riders. The CSR 762 focuses on comfort with its low slung cruiser stance, feet forward ergonomics and plush seat. Features include LED lighting, digital console, mobile app connectivity and reverse assist functionality. For buyers searching for the cruising lifestyle sans high running costs and emissions, the SVITCH CSR 762 makes a tempting eco-friendly choice.

Frequently Asked Questions on Latest Bikes in India

Here are the answers to some common questions about the latest bikes in India.


What are the latest bike models launching in India in 2024?

Some of the latest bike models expected to launch in 2024 in India include the Ola S1 X electric scooter, Ampere NXG electric bike, Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Hero Xtreme 125R, Revolt RV400 BRZ and others from Honda, Husqvarna, Royal Enfield, Jawa and SVITCH.

What will be the price range of these upcoming 2024 bikes?

The expected price range is quite wide depending on segment and brand, starting from around Rs 95,000 for the Hero Xtreme 125R to close to Rs 6 lakh for adventure tourers like the Honda NX500. Several options fall in the affordable range below Rs 2 lakhs as well.

What new technologies will these bikes feature?

Key technology highlights in these upcoming bike models include connected features, electronic aids like traction control and riding modes, advanced LED lighting, digital displays with navigation and Bluetooth connectivity to smartphones. Many also focus on improved emission compliance.

Which are the electric two wheelers launches happening in 2024?

Leading electric bike and scooter launches pegged for 2024 are the Ola S1 X high range e-scooter, Ampere NXG maxi-styling electric bike and Revolt RV400 BRZ affordable electric motorcycle.

What performance can be expected from the new 2024 bikes? 

Performance levels vary across segments but most models see improved power and torque output from their updated engines. Some standout acceleration and top speeds can be witnessed in the likes of Yamaha R15 V4, Husqvarna 401 and Revolt RV 400 BRZ among others.

Disclaimer: The content on this page is generic and shared only for informational and explanatory purposes. It is based on several secondary sources on the internet and is subject to changes. Please consult an expert before making any related decisions.


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