Honda India is all set to make this year even more exciting for the fanboys as well as motorcycle aficionados by launching four new products in this fiscal year. The first of these was the Honda CBR1000RR which was launched yesterday along with the well-acclaimed Africa Twin adventure motorcycle which is fitted with a DCT (dual clutch transmission) gearbox. The trial assembly of the Africa Twin has already started in India.
The details about the other two launches have not yet been made public but we expect one of them to be an updated version of the CBR 150 or 250 which have been recently removed from the official Honda website and was in dire need of an update for a long time now as both have been in the market for a long time.
Honda is already the king of the scooter segment but one of the new launches could also be a scooter. Honda aims at increasing its production capacity to 6.4 lakh per annum and is working towards it by updating its factory which will be ready by the month of July.
Honda is taking the Indian market very seriously as it is going to act as a pivot for tasks. The company is aiming at export figures of over 3 lakh as against the previous number of 2.83 lakh in the previous fiscal. The total sales figure for the current fiscal is aimed at 6 lakh which is a hike from 5.69 lakh in the current fiscal.