Kinetic Group owned Motoroyale has set itself a target of 2500 unit sales of its range of motorcycles in India in 2019, the company has revealed to IAB.
Speaking to IAB on the sidelines of the launch event, Mr Ajinkya Firodia, Managing Director, Motoroyale India, said -
"We have set ourselves a target of 2,500-unit sales for next year. This year has almost come to an end with only 2 months remaining. We are targeting around 500-600-unit sales for this year."
Kinetic Motoroyale announced three new brand partnerships and launched a total of seven new bikes in India, yesterday. The launches included the SWM Superdual T, FB Mondial HPS 300, MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR, Hyosung GT250R, Norton Dominator Limited Edition, Hyosung Aquila Pro and the Norton Commando Limited Edition.
The SWM Superdual T has been launched in 2 variants - T Base & T -, which cost INR 6.80 lakh* and INR 7.30 lakh* respectively. The Norton Commando & Norton Dominator Limited Editions have been specially crafted for India and are limited to 37 units (19 Commando & 18 Dominator). The Commando features a hand-painted 'Union Jack' on the fuel tank, while the Dominator has it in the rear seat cowl.
Motoroyale says that the FB Mondial HPS 300 has been specifically developed keeping in mind the Indian market and India is one of the first markets to receive it. Costing INR 3.37 lakh*, the HPS 300 is not exactly affordable but is the most-accessible premium offering from Motoroyale. The company has reintroduced the Hyosung brand in India with the launch of the Aquila Pro (INR 5.55 lakh*) and the GT250R (INR 3.38 lakh*).
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Kinetic Motoroyale has also launched the MV Agusta Brutale 800 RR in India, for a price of INR 18.99 lakh*. The Tourismo Veloce 800, will be launched in the country by March 2019.
* Ex-Showroom Delhi.