Here are some more superbikes built right in India.
Triumph Thruxton R
The flagship of the Bonneville range, the Thruxton R is a stylish set of wheels with modern features and classic looks. The Thruxton R is known as the ultimate cafe racer. The beautiful looking Thruxton is powered by 1200cc parallel-twin engine that generates a healthy 96 BHP and 112 Nm of maximum torque.
The modern features of the motorcycle includes Daytime Running Lamps, LED tail lamps, 3D dual clocks on the instrument panel and much more. The retro paint job on the motorcycle makes it even more inevitable.
Harley Davidson Iron 883
The Iron 883 from Harley-Davidson has some unique looks attached to it. The motorcycle with a super large front tyre and a fat and small rear tyre provides an amazing stance on the road. The Iron 883 is powered by an air-cooled Evolution engine with 883cc of displacement.
The engine is fed through an electronic fuel injection system and produces an unique twin-cylinder exhaust note from the dual exhausts that are situated on the same side of the motorcycle.
Triumph Street Triple family
The naked motorcycle from Triumph looks brutish with visible body frame. The headlamp assembly of the Street Triple makes it even more unique looking with two separate housings protruding from the motorcycle.The Street Triple family is assembled in India and is powered by a 78 BHP-57.3 Nm 3-cylinder 675cc engine that also powers the Daytona.
Harley-Davidson Street 750
The Street 750 was the first motorcycle that Harley Davidson ever produced outside the boundaries of USA. The motorcycle was specially developed for developing markets and gained good traction in India. The motorcycle is completely manufactured in India including the engine. Few parts are imported from the parent factory in the USA. The motorcycle is powered by a liquid-cooled, Revolution X V-Twin engine and is one of the best-sellers of Harley-Davidson in India.
The Bonneville T100 and recently launched T120 are two motorcycles that are from the modern classic family of Triumph. Both the motorcycles drip of heritage from every single part. The T100 is powered by 900cc engine that generates a maximum of 54 BHP and 80 Nm of maximum torque. The T120 is a CBU product and is not yet made in India.