The Indian subsidiary of Harley Davidson has slated the launch the latest offering in India shortly. Named as the Harley Davidson Street Rod-750, this new motorbike will be based on the standard version of the Street-750. However, there isn’t any official confirmation by the company regarding the launch date or the pricing of the vehicle.
The external styling of the Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 is extremely based on the company’s XR-1200X variant. There is a new fairing, revised back section and split seats which reminds us about the XR-1200X. There is a drag style handle-bars with bar end rearview mirrors to add to the cafe racer aesthetics. Other features in the upcoming Harley are LED tail light and turn indicators and a 3.5-inch electronic speedo-meter. The front gets 43 mm upside down forks and the rear gets twin piggyback shocks. The twin disc brakes are likely to get ABS as a part of extra safety.
The all new Harley Davidson Street Rod 750 features a high intensity engine under the hood. The 750-cc engine gives high revs and as a result, higher torque. Even though the mechanical features are not known yet, the company has claimed that the new motorbike will make 8 % more torque associated to the standard Street 750. Considering this, we can make out what the real torque figures. The standard version makes a maximum of 59 Nm of torque, hence, this newer version might be able to produce around 62 to 64 Nm of maximum torque. As said before, the prices are yet unknown. However, the price of the Street Rod 750 might go up by Rs.50k to Rs.70k compared to the standard Harley Davidson Street 750. The regular version is presently retailed at Rs.4.9 lakhs exclusive showroom price.