In an interview with Autocar India, Paul Carberry revealed that the development of fuel injected Carberry will happen within a month.
As per the website’s report, the company will take the motorcycle to Bengaluru within a month, to make the necessary changes. Carberry has also ruled out multiple frame styles for their V-twin bikes for now, as they have a lot on their plate. The company launched their made-in-India V-twin Royal Enfield engine in August at a price of INR 4.96 lakhs, ex-factory. In October, the motorcycle was launched in the country at INR 7.35 lakhs, ex-factory.
Regarding service of the bike, Carberry says it can be done with the help of a local mechanic as it shares most of the components with Royal Enfield bikes. The company can also advise the mechanic on techniques and procedures, or it can be returned to them for a factory build (for Indian customers only). Otherwise, Carberry can send out a mechanic to the customer’s place. Customer will have to bear the transportation cost.
The brand targets customers who want a unique motorcycle with vintage design; and the fact that it is hand-made makes it even more special. The company plans to sell 200-300 units annually, by the second year. The bike maker showcased its offering at the 2017 India Bike Week in Goa. Rag & Bone Customs from the union territory also displayed a custom bike with the Carberry V-twin engine.
[Source: Autocar India]