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Here’s how many new models Keeway plans to launch in the coming months

20 May 2022, 05:25 PM Pratik Bhanushali
Here’s how many new models Keeway plans to launch in the coming months

- Two retro-street bikes (125cc and 250cc) in the pipeline

-  A 300cc trio (naked, cruiser and supersports) also to be added to the portfolio

- Keeway also plans to enter the EV space later on

Keeway India recently debuted three of its eight offerings planned for the Indian market. The lineup consisted of two 300cc scooters: Sixties 300i and Vieste 300 along with a quarter-litre cruiser: K-Light 250V. But that’s not all, the Hungarian manufacturer has five more models on the horizon for the Indian market, along with some EVs. Let’s dive deeper into them. 

300cc Cruiser

Keeway K-Light 250V cruiser: Top 5 highlights

While Keeway already has the K-Light 250V in its Indian portfolio, the brand’s also working on a new 300cc cruiser. Expect it to be powered by either a liquid-cooled 300cc V-twin or a single-cylinder motor borrowed from the current scooter line. However, it’ll be tuned differently to make adequate power to fulfill its touring/cruising purpose. 

Retro-Street

Keeway has a 125cc and a 250cc retro-street motorcycle planned for India. Expect the 125cc to share the platform with the RKF 125 that the brand sells in its home country. As for the quarter-litre sibling, it could borrow the K-Light 250V’s air-cooled V-twin motor but with a different tune. 

300cc Streetfighter and Supersports

Keeway Sixties 300i Right Side View

Considering the current scenario of the Indian two-wheeler market, it makes sense for Keeway to enter the 300cc motorcycle segment as well. It aims to also bring in a streetfighter and race replica (supersports) very soon. Expect both bikes to be powered by the same 300cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor with a competitive price tag. 

EVs

Back in 2021, Keeway showcased the E-Z1 electric moper and the Blueshark R1 e-scooter. Now, it could possibly bring the latter to India since it offers a decent package – 30kW motor mated to a 48V, 30Ah Li-ion battery. The claimed range is about 160km and the top speed is 80kmph. If Keeway brings the Blueshark R1 to India, expect it to rival the Ather, Ola and the TVS e-scooters.

Keeway Sixties 300i

Keeway Sixties 300i

  • Displacement278.2 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)18.4 bhp
  • Kerb Weight146 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 3,05,462

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