7 New Cars And Two-Wheeler Launches This Month Are Confirmed

7 New Cars And Two-Wheeler Launches This Month Are Confirmed

In July 2024, a number of brand-new automobiles and motorcycles from Mercedes, Nissan, Triumph, Royal Enfield, Bajaj, BMW, and Hero are expected to go on sale.

1. BMW 5 Series LWB, CE04, New Cooper & Countryman EV:

On July 24, BMW is scheduled to disclose the price of the newly announced BMW 5 Series LWB. Along with the debut of the new Mini Cooper S and Countryman Electric, the CE 04 electric scooter is scheduled to launch on the same day. The 2.0L or 1.5L turbocharged petrol engines that power the next generation Mini Cooper will be available, and the Countryman Electric, which has a stated range of 461 km, will be delivered via the CBU route.

    the 5 Series LWB will have the largest engine in its class, a 2.0L turbocharged petrol and diesel with MHEV technology.

    2. Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450:

    The Guerrilla 450 is going to be powered by a 452 cc liquid-cooled engine that develops little over 40 PS. It is built on the same chassis as the most recent Himalayan. The approximate price (ex-showroom) will be Rs. 2.5 lakh. The opening night is scheduled for July 17 in Spain.

    3. Bajaj CNG Bike:

    The first CNG motorbike in the industry, which will be available in multiple retail variants, will be unveiled by Bajaj on July 5. With a bi-fuel system, the commuter will cost approximately Rs. 85,000 (ex-showroom) and have the CNG tank positioned beneath the standard petrol tank.

    4. Triumph Daytona 660: 

    The Daytona 660 is now officially available for reservations, with a starting deposit of Rs. 25,000. The price will probably be revealed shortly. The 660 cc inline three-cylinder engine powering the faired supersport, which has already begun to arrive at dealerships, has a maximum power output of 95 PS and a peak torque of 69 Nm.

    5. 2024 Hero Destini 125:

    The revised Destini 125, which was recently leaked, would retain the same engine but have cosmetic changes and equipment upgrades.

    6. Nissan X-Trail:

    The seven-seater SUV, called the X-Trail, has been teased in India and is expected to appear in August or before the end of this month. The 1.5L turbocharged petrol engine will be its standard setup, as ePower technology isn’t going to be accessible in India. It will be imported into the nation fully loaded with amenities both inside and out.

    7. Mercedes-Benz EQA:

    The local market sets the Mercedes-Benz EQA. It is scheduled for release on July 8 and is anticipated to come with two battery options: 66.5 kWh and 70.5 kWh. Mercedes-Benz’s entry-level EQA electric compact crossover shares many of the same features, upgrades, and equipment as its larger sibling, the EQB. In its EQA 250+ version, it has a 560 km range.

          Sanchita Patil

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