Owning a motorbike is like getting a high from intoxication. As a lover of high-end motorbikes, getting your hands on the latest and newest motorbikes from well-known global brands is an achievement. And showing off these motorbikes to your groupies and making them jealous is a perk well deserved. All these globally acknowledged motorbike companies have now launched their ultra-premium motorbikes on Indian shores.
Let’s take a sneak peek into 2022’s five most expensive motorbikes.
BMW HP 4 Race
Motorbikes from the global giant BMW have always been sassy and expensive.
- This motorbike boasts a very light feather body made exclusively of carbon fiber.
- The HP 4 Race has a 900 CC engine which produces a power of 200 HP at 13000 rpm and 120 Nm torque at 10K rpm.
- The 2022 BMW model is one of the most powerful motorbikes available today.
- This motorbike also sports a 6-speed gearbox for best-in-class power, control, and maneuverability.
- A mean motorbike that revs up to 300 + kilometers/hour speed with just a tiny throttle.
BMW has launched the BMW HP 4 Race in India at a landed ex-showroom price of Rs. 85 lakhs.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R
- The Ninja H2R will drain your bank account, but the thrill of riding this powerful mean machine more than compensates for the monetary loss.
- The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is powerful enough to humiliate even a sedan car with its 300 HP power at 15000 rpm torque.
- This motorbike has a humongous near 1000 CC engine. This motorbike has a high speed of 400 kmph at your fingertips.
- The motorbike’s aerodynamic design gives it a perfect shape and fast riding capability.
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is one of the 2nd most expensive motorbikes available to motorbike enthusiasts today at Rs. 75 Lakhs to Rs. 79 Lakhs.
Big Dog K9 Red Chopper
- The newest motorbike in the superbike category is the Big Dog K9 Red Chopper.
- This motorbike has a humongous 1800 CC dual-cylinder engine and an ergonomically seating design with high ground clearance for smooth rides over rough roads.
- The Big Dog K9 Red Chopper is different from the usual sports motorbikes.
- It is an authentic adventure motorbike with a great thump when you rev the engine.
Priced at Rs.59 lakhs, the K9 Red Chopper is a must-try beast.
Ducati Panigale V4 R
- Ducati Panigale V4 R, a natural beauty from the Ducati house, has a classic Italian design and looks.
- This motorbike has a unique gear shift feature from 1100 CC to 990 CC, producing tremendous power.
- The Ducati Panigale V4 R engine is light in weight due to the unique material used in its pistons, valves made of titanium, and the rods & camshaft assembly.
- The Ducati Panigale V4 R motorbike produces a power of 200 BHP at 15000 rpm and 100 Nm torque.
- The motorbike performance is highly rated and is awarded multiple two-wheeler category global awards.
The Ducati Panigale V4 R has a price tag of Rs.52 lakhs to Rs.55 lakhs ex-showroom when launched in India.
Harley Davidson CVO Limited Edition
- One of the most sought-after motorbikes in the superbike category is the motorbike from Harley Davidson.
- The Harley Davidson CVO limited edition motorbike has an 1800 CC dual-cooled engine that produces a torque of 170 Nm at 3000 rpm giving the rider a feeling of riding a monstrous mean machine.
- The CVO Limited edition has the landmark batwing design, and its headlights are bright full-LED.
- This motorbike features cruise control and a large LCD on the digital console for entertainment during long & arduous rides.
The Harley Davidson CVO Limited edition will cost you Rs. 49 lakhs to entice the sports motorbike lover.
Though the most expensive for the Indian motorbike community, all these motorbikes have superb features and functionalities worth their weight in gold. So if you are the one who can spend atrocious amounts of money to follow your passion of owning a high-end and expensive motorbike, go for any of these motorbikes and enjoy your ride through town, making every onlooker’s head turn.
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