Weekly two-wheeler news round-up: Ola S1 Air launch, Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 and BSA Gold Star Speed, and more | Jobi Cool

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The festivities come to an end with a bang week that we had full of exciting news from the auto industry. So, while temperatures were going down in most parts of the country, here’s how the two-wheeler industry was turning up the heat.

Ola S1 Air has been launched

Ola S1 Air

Ola Electric has launched its most affordable electric scooter, the S1 Air, at a price that rivals most petrol-powered scooters, including the Honda Activa 6G. the head Here’s what the EV costs and what the S1 Air gets. Ola has also revealed the MoveOS 3 software update which is believed to be Provides many features Made a good promise a year ago.

On the launch of the S1 Air, Ola has also revealed its plans to launch an electric motorcycle in India. the head Here for more details And explore the challenges that Mark may face in his endeavor.

Royal Enfield Bikes Speed

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It wouldn’t be an eventful week if a couple of Royal Enfield bikes weren’t spied on the roads and, for the first time in India, the Enfield-based Scrambler 650. The 650cc platform was spotted testing.

Damn! And the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650 are likely to debut at Rider Mania 2022. Here for more details.

Apart from this, the veteran bike maker has also revealed that it is actively investing in EV infrastructure and has also started testing electric prototypes. And This is when we can expect to see the Electric Enfield.

BSA Gold Star

BSA Gold Star

The BSA Gold Star has been spied again, this time, the bike was completely production-ready and just devoid of BSA badges. Here’s what its asking price might be.


Gogoro S1

Taiwanese EV giant Gogoro is all set to enter the Indian market not only with its battery-swapping technology, but also with its quirky e-scooters. That’s when the brand will reveal more details.

Yamaha XMAX and Naked range updated

Yamaha MT-07

Yamaha has updated the MT-07 and MT-125 sold in overseas markets with geeky new features including a new console, smartphone connectivity. And traction control on small bumps.

Yama 1000

The Japanese bikemaker has also launched the 2023 XMax 125 and XMax 300 with a more aggressive design, new features and a more hardcore variant on offer. Check out all the details here.

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