The 2 most expensive bikes you can buy in India right now?
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1. Kawasaki Ninja H2R (Rs 75.8 Lakh)
Kawasaki Ninja H2R is expected to launch in India in October 2021 in the expected price range of ₹ 76, 00,000 to ₹ 77, 00,000. Currently available bikes which are similar to Ninja H2R are BMW M 1000 RR.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R Features:
Kawasaki Ninja H2R is a flagship offering from the brand which was unveiled at EICMA Motorcycle show in 2015. The bike is not legal to drive on the roads being a track-only model, which can specifically give you an insight into its intense power and superior performance. With a claimed top speed 400 kmph, the Kawasaki Ninja H2R has no competition till date.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R Engine:
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R, the track-only bike is powered by 998cc 4-cylinder supercharged engine which is capable of churning a maximum power of 310 PS @ 14,000 rpm and an utmost torque of 165 Nm @ 12,500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The wheelbase of 1450mm and ground clearance of 130mm is perfect to handle the bike well on the sharp corners at the track while maintaining the utmost balance and throttle control.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R Suspension & Bakes:
The semi-digital instrument console with every technology inbuilt, the bike is something every racer dreams of having. It comes with a custom exhaust and weighs only 216 kgs. The suspension duties are handled by 43mm inverted fork with rebound and compression damping, spring preload adjustability and top-out springs at the front while the rear wheel gets a new Uni-Trak with gas-charged shock, piggyback reservoir, dual-range (high/low-speed) compression damping, rebound damping and preload adjustability, and top-out spring.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R gets a dual semi-floating 330mm discs with a dual radial-mount, opposed 4-piston calliper and a single 250mm disc with an opposed 2-piston calliper. The ABS is standard for the track-only bike making it easy for the rider to handle the bike at the time of braking without getting it locked up and lose the balance. With a RAM air Assist, the bike claims a maximum power of 326 PS making it one of the fastest superbikes out there made for the track.
- Expected Price ₹ 76,00,000 – ₹ 77,00,000
- Expected launch date October 2021
Key Specs of Ninja H2
2. Ducati Panigale V4 25 Anniversario 916 (Rs 54.9 Lakh)
The 25° Anniversario 916 will be limited to just 500 units worldwide and it has been priced at Rs 54.90 lakhs (ex-showroom) for the Indian market.
Ducati Panigale V4 Features:
The Ducati Panigale V4 is one of the most technologically advanced motorcycles on the market. The razor-sharp sportbike gets a distinctively different look from its predecessor, the Panigale 1299, complete with LED lighting all round. The Panigale V4 gets tonnes of riding aids like traction control, wheelie control, cornering ABS, slide control, launch control and a bi-directional quickshifter as standard. All of these riding aids are linked to a six-axis IMU to give the rider a better grip on the rocketship. All of these can be controlled via the switchcube located on the left clip-on bar and the colour TFT screen.
Ducati Panigale V4 Engine:
Ducati developed a brand new 1,103cc V4 motor, derived from its MotoGP racing exploits. It gets a counter-rotating crankshaft to reduce the gyroscopic effect of the engine and also to control wheelies to a certain extent. For a brief period, it was the most powerful motorcycle in the world, producing 214PS at 13,000rpm and 124Nm at 10,000rpm.
Ducati had to downsize the engine on the Panigale V4 R to 998cc to meet the WSBK regulations. While the cubes went lower, the performance didn’t suffer as it now churns out 221PS at an astronomically high 15,250rpm and 112Nm at 11,500rpm. Both engines get a six-speed gearbox with hydraulically-actuated slip-and-assist clutch systems.
Ducati Panigale V4 Suspension & Bakes:
On the standard Ducati Panigale V4, suspension duties are handled by a 43mm Showa BPF USD fork and Sachs monoshock affixed onto a single-sided aluminium swingarm, both units fully-adjustable. If you opt for the Panigale V4 S, you get the 43mm Ohlins NIX 30 USD fork and Ohlins TTX36 monoshock. These units are electronically adjustable for compression and rebound settings while preload on the latter unit is still a manual affair.
You also find these suspension components on the Panigale V4 25° Anniversario 916 and the Panigale V4 Speciale. The homologation special Panigale V4 R has to make do with non-electronically but still manually fully-adjustable 43mm Ohlins NPX pressurised fork and Ohlins TTX36 monoshock. Braking hardware remains common across all variants with the front wheel fitted with Brembo’s state-of-the-art Stylema monobloc calipers chomping down on 330mm rotors.
- 51.80 – Rs 54.9 Lakh Estimated Price
- Expected Launch – Jul, 2021
Key Specs of 2021 Panigale V4