Expected Launch Date: Jun 2019
Hyosung GT300R Overview
Hyosung is all set to unveil the upcoming new machine, The GT300R to the Indian automobile market very soon. As far as looks are concerned, the bike will get a sharp and an edgy front face which will feature a twin headlamp section with GTR written on the front side fairing. The twin rear view mirrors will be accustomed graciously on the front visor. The new machine will be having a fuel tank of 15 litres capacity.
Hyosung GT300R Engine & Transmission
The Hyosung GT300R will be powered with 75-degree V-twin 275cc engine that will be interlinked with a five-speed gearbox. The mill will develop an utmost power of 27.6 bhp @ 10500 rpm and a max torque of 23.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The suspension system will be featuring a 41 mm USD telescopic fork up front and a mono shock unit present at the rear.
Hyosung GT300R Styling & Comfort
The upcoming Hyosung GT300R will be getting a sharp and an edgy front face which will feature a twin headlamp section with GTR written over the front side fairing. It will sport a cushioned enlarged split seat for better comfort to the pillion. Talking about the rear, the bike will be featuring an LED tail lamp with very clear lens turn indicators being mounted at the rear fender.
Hyosung GT300R Braking & Safety
GT300R will be running on the 110/70/R17 front tyres and a 150/60/R17 rear MRF tubeless tyres which will be fitted over the alloy wheels. The vehicle will also be equipped with a 300 mm front disc brake and 230 mm disc brake at the rear like the GT250R. The safety feature of the bike will also include a standard ABS.
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