Automobile – May 2019
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
After the Himalayan, the Royal Enfield has released its newest addition to the Bullet bikes, the RE Bullet 350. The motorcycle is built for long rides and is expected to come with a single seat option. Features like the raised rear fender, dual-purpose tires, and upswept exhaust system have been revamped to make way for smoother offroad rides. The frame of the Bullet Trails 350 comes in red while the Bullet Trails 500 gets a bottle green frame.
Harley Davidson 48
Harley Davidson 48 The new-fangled addition to Harley Davidson’s Sportster range of motorcycles comes with a 70s soul. The stripes on the iconic peanut-shaped tank are reminiscent of the styling on older models from the company. The bike is designed for quick handling and easier rides, even including room for customization. The seat has been improved to make long rides more comfortable.
The hybrid sedan from Hyundai is all set to launch in June 2019. First revealed at the Indian Auto Expo in 2016, the sedan is styled as per the specifications of Hyundai’s 2.0 design. It comes with suave interiors equipped with an 8-inch screen infotainment unit supporting both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The sedan has also upped its safety features with multiple airbags, ABS and ESC.
Honda Civic, one of the most popular cars in India, is back with a new generation of sedans. The car’s design follows the Honda family concept, giving it a very sporty and sleek look. Adding to this is the distinctively designed taillights which literally stand out, with the iconic ‘C’ shape (C for Civic). The auto-dimming rear-view mirror is a notable feature, which dims when the light from approaching cars is too bright. The newest model is much wider and longer, adding more space while maintaining the 2,700mm wheelbase.