The industry of motorcycles production is going through rapid changes these days. Sales go up and down, old school manufacturers try to reinvent their lineups and appeal to the younger generations, new players arise, while old-timers go bust due to the inability to evolve with the fast paced reality.
To paint a clearer picture about the future where the motorcycling world is headed, today we will be talking about the most anticipated models across various classes that will be arriving to the market in 2019.
Here are some videos from #AutomotiveTerritory that you might have missed:
Full Playlist: Best Motorcycles Reviewed https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_FzXOZV6f6Ew1YaerSXS-230vmEjm0qo
Newest electric motorcycles scheduled to appear in the upcoming years: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_yLKbYaATU
In this episode of the #ATmotorcycles series we featured:
Harley Davidson FXDR: harley-davidson.com/us/en/motorcycles/2019/softail/fxdr-114.html
In the pursuit of revitalizing its lineup n 2019 Harley Davidson is introducing the 10th Softail model named FXDR. It was inspired by the drag racing styling and was oriented for the customer who cherishes performance above anything else in the ride.
Indian FTR 1200: indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/ftr1200
Until recently no major motorcycle manufacturer attempted to capitalize on the widely popular trend on social media of reviving flat-track racing machines. However, this is no longer the case, since Indian Motorcycles finally presented the long awaited street legal naked sportbike FTR 1200.
Zero Motorcycles Lineup: zeromotorcycles.com/press-releases/oct-23-2018-2019-model-line.php
We are already getting used to the fact that the leading manufacturer of electric motorcycles Zero, announces the updates to the lineup of their products by the end of October. Among the anticipated changes we have to point out more powerful base models, all-new tech features, added range and revised styling.
KTM 1290 Super Duke GT: ktm.com/en/news/int/more-tour-more-roar-2019-ktm-1290-super-duke-gt-and-r
Sport touring class has lots of powerful motorcycles, but the new KTM 1290 Super Duke GT easily steals the title of the supersport bike in this category being powered by a 1.3L 75 degree V-Twin LC8 with 175 horsepower output.
Suzuki Katana: globalsuzuki.com/motorcycle/products/katana/
Suzuki Katana is an all-new model that features 1981 Katana styling paired with a 999cc 4-cylinder engine from 2005-2008 GSX-R1000 and plenty of modern upgrades.
BMW R 1250 GS and R 1250 RT: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0284913EN/the-new-bmw-r-1250-gs-and-the-new-bmw-r-1250-rt
BMW R 1250 GS and R 1250 RT are sport-touring bikes that feature advanced high-tech equipment and a new Euro V-compliant Boxer engine enhanced by BMW ShiftCam Technology as standard.
Indian Chieftain: indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/chieftain/
Indian Chieftain lineup is redesigned for the new model year featuring more aggressive look, new ride-enhancing tech, and additional attributes for improved comfort.
Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC and 1200 XE: triumphmotorcycles.com/bikes/classic/bonneville-scrambler-1200
The 2019 TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER 1200 XC AND 1200 XE are the brand’s most performance advanced Scrambler models to date featuring a new powertrain, lots of standard tech, and an off-road capable construction.
Yamaha YZF-R3: yamahamotorsports.com/supersport/models/yzf-r3
The Yamaha YZF R3 features a more aggressive design and better aerodynamic capabilities in its 2019 version. The 321cc liquid-cooled inline twin-cylinder engine delivers the max output of 42 hp and 22 lb-ft of torque, while upgraded chassis bring better performance and driving comfort.
Moto Guzzi V85TT: discoverv85.motoguzzi.com/en/
Moto Guzzi have presented V85TT all-terrain adventure bike in its final production version. It has retro looks inspired by the brand’s 1980s Paris Dakar racing models and features an 850 cc V-twin engine delivering the 80 horses of max output with a 21L fuel tank for a 250-mile range.