- Existing models updated along with new model launches
- Also introduced its first trike at the EICMA 2022
- Kymco i-OneX also displayed
Kymco has introduced an array of models for EICMA 2022. The Taiwanese two-wheeler brand not only updated its existing offerings but also introduced a few new models at the motor show. Let’s take a look at the range.
For starters, Kymco has unveiled the Downtown GT350, its latest 350cc maxi-scooter. It’s powered by a 350cc single-cylinder motor belting out 28bhp and 28.4 Nm. Like its other siblings, the Downtown GT350 has muscular styling, sharp body panels, and a sporty over profile. It features keyless operation, a TFT console, a fairly tall windscreen, and large underseat storage. Along with it, the Kymco Xciting 400 has also been updated with new graphics while retaining the engine, suspension, and features.
Further, the Kymco AK550 has also been updated. The changes include a new electronically adjustable visor, cornering ABS, traction control, and cruise control. Apart from that, the AK550 retains its 550.4cc parallel-twin engine. It develops 51bhp, just like before. Even the front and rear disc brake setup, LED illumination, ride modes, fully digital instrument console, and suspension hardware remain unaltered. Not to mention, the AK550 continues to remain the largest maxi-scooter in Kymco’s bloodline.
Kymco has even unveiled its first three-wheeled scooter, the CV3. It packs a 550.4cc twin-cylinder which makes 50.9bhp and 53 Nm. It gets LED illumination, a TFT screen, ABS, and more on the feature front. It rides on telescopic front forks and a monoshock. The braking hardware of the CV3 consists of single front disc (each wheel) and a single rear disc. The latter is mounted on 13-inch front wheels and 15-inch rear alloy shoed to 110/70 front and 160/60 rear tyre. Even the fuel tank on the CV3 is massive with a capacity of 15.5-litres.
Last but not least, Kymco also showcased the i-OneX electric scooter. It’s powered by a 4.2kW motor mated to a 1.75kWh battery. The overall design looks quite family-friendly and fairly utilitarian. However, more details of it are yet to be revealed.