Motoroyale to bring SWM SuperDual to India via CKD route by late-2017

Posted on: Jun 1, 2017 - 11:29am IST

SWM stands for ‘Sironi Vergani Vimercate Milano’ but is colloquially known as Speedy Working Motors.

The Kinetic Motoroyale has officially announced that it will launch the SWM SuperDual 650 in India. SWM motorcycles will be launched in a stepwise manner with the first motorcycle launching towards the end of 2017.

SWM SuperDual cover
SWM motorcycles will be introduced starting end-2017

The SWM SuperDual 650 adventure motorcycle is globally offered in two variants. Both the SWM SuperDual T and SWM SuperDual X are powered by a single cylinder 600 cc mill which is capable of producing 57 PS of maximum power.

Mr Ajinkya Firodia, Managing Director, Motoroyale said:

Motoroyale aims to be a multi-brand outlet where the bike enthusiasts will get most exciting brands from across the world under one roof. Now with our new tie up, with SWM, we aim to give our customers a new segment offering:  that of a motorcycle capable of on-road and off-road riding, as well as long distance touring. The SWM, Superdual 650, our first planned product from SWM shall be India’s first such product.

The SWM SuperDual T and SWM SuperDual X will be brought to India via the CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route and Motoroyale is currently in the process of setting up a manufacturing facility. The homologation procedure is also underway.

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SWM SuperDual X and SWM SuperDual T three quarter studio
The SWM SuperDual will be offered in two variants, a road-centric SuperDual T and off-road focused SuperDual X.

Kinetic Group owned Motoroyale last year introduced MV Agusta motorcycles to the Indian market. SWM globally has 12 two-wheelers on sale in the displacement range of 125 cc to 600 cc.

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