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New version of Suzuki Hayabusa to be launched later this month: Check details

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Japanese automobile manufacturer, Suzuki has announced the launch of the new version of its legendary Hayabusa superbike on social media channels. The Suzuki Hayabusa is going to be launched this month in India. While the company hasn’t disclosed an exact launch date, fans are eagerly waiting to receive more information about the launch and the specifications of the upcoming Suzuki Hayabusa, which is now listed on the company’s India website.

The Superbike has been mentioned under the ”Big Bikes” section of the website, adjacent to the V-Strom 650 XT model of the company. While the company has not mentioned any details of the bike on the page, but it does say ”Coming soon”. Superbike enthusiasts will have to wait for a few days more before the new model will be available in showrooms.

On the pricing front, the new 2021 model of the Hayabusa is expected to come with a price tag falling between Rs 17 lakh-20 lakh. The previous version of the Superbike was available at a price of Rs 13.75 lakh before its production was halted.

The new Suzuki Hayabusa sports an enhanced aerodynamic design as compared to the previous version offering more speed and stability. Some of the notable features that have been optimised for this model include a newly designed headlamp, dual exhausts, new dual-taillamp and a rear seat cowl.

The much-awaited bike is going to come with a 1340cc in-line 4-cylinder motor which aligns with the latest emission norms. The vehicle will churn out a maximum power of 187 hp at 9700 RPM and 150Nm of peak torque at 7000 RPM.

The engine is paired with a 6-speed gearbox and will also feature a host of electronic features like traction control, engine brake control, cruise control, anti-lift control, bi-directional quick shift mechanism, Cornering ABS and much more.

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Automobile producer MG Hector to deliver 100 ambulances in Nagpur and Vadodara

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MG Motor India has delivered eight units of retrofitted Hector ambulances to Nagpur local authorities in the light of rising coronavirus cases. The custom-built ambulances are equipped with modern life-saving systems.

The eight units delivered are out of 100 such vehicles requested from MG Motor India for Nagpur and Vidarbha regions by Union minister of Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari. MG says that it accepted the minister’s request and immediately delivered eight units of the ambulance to Nagpur local authorities. “The minister has called for our support at this critical time. We have immediately deposited 8 of the 100 requested Hector Ambulance units, “MG Motor India President and MD Rajeev Chaba said.

The retrofitted ambulances have been custom-built by the company’s engineers at its Halol plant located in Gujarat. All the SUV ambulances have been equipped with the required medical additions such as a medicine cabinet, ventilator, an oxygen supply system, 5 parameter monitor, auto-loading stretcher, an inverter with battery additional sockets, a siren, a lightbar, and a fire extinguisher.

In March this year, the company had donated five units of retrofitted Hector ambulances to Nagpur’s Nangia Specialty Hospital. For this, the carmaker has collaborated with the MG Nagpur dealership. Before this, the company had also donated these ambulances to hospitals in Vadodara and Halol in Gujarat. Speaking about this in March, Chaba had said, “We have received positive feedback about the Hector Ambulance from GMERS in Vadodara and CHC Hospital in Halol, wherein they have added tangible value to the region’s fight against the pandemic.”

Various automakers have stepped up to help the country reeling under the crisis of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Companies like Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Hero MotoCorp, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ford India, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motor and Skoda Auto India, among others, have helped procure essential medical supplies, set up Covid beds and made relief donations.

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