Riding in city gets sleeker

Riding in city gets sleeker
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Riding in city gets sleeker. The Indian automotive scene seems to be on full throttle with the most exotic automakers making its way to the country. The year has noticed the DSK Benelli, Ducati coming to the country.

The Indian automotive scene seems to be on full throttle with the most exotic automakers making its way to the country. The year has noticed the DSK Benelli, Ducati coming to the country. Besides this, American cruiser motorcycles by Regal Raptors would be inaugurating its showroom in Jubilee Hills, today.

The vehicles would be sold under manufacturing rights of city-based Fabulous and Beyond (FAB) Motors. The showroom would be inaugurated by Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Mahmood Ali, in the presence of Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy, Minister Jupally Krishna Rao Garu, Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao and Transport Minister Mahender Reddy.

“We would soon have sub-350 segment vehicles, focusing on cruisers and American choppers, fleet the roads of city. For now, the brand would have three bikes in the segment- Bobber, Daytona and DD350E,” informs MG Shahriq, managing director of FAB Motors. The manufacturing facility in Hyderabad will initially focus on assembling the bikes from a knocked off condition.

“By the next two years, we will be manufacturing the bikes here,” said chairman of the group Dr MG Jeelani. “US-based company Regal Raptor has its production unit in Shanghai and comes under Lifeng Group, which was formed in the year 1962 by industrialist Horse Zhang. It is doing very well in the Western, Arab and Asian countries,” Jeelani added.

Soon the brand will be available in cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Trivandrum, Pune and other major cities. “We have exclusive manufacturing rights for India and eight neighboring countries viz. Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Yemen and Pakistan.

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