2022 Yezdi Adventure Bike Spotted Again
One could argue that the automotive industry is currently experiencing a renaissance. Classic Legends, a subsidiary of Mahindra, resurrected the Jawa brand a few years ago, and now they appear to be gearing up to resurrect another iconic brand – Yezdi. Even the name Yezdi conjures up memories, and we can soon expect to see new motorcycles bearing the Yezdi logo. A Yezdi Scrambler was observed testing earlier this year. The Scrambler motorbike will be complemented by an Adventure motorcycle, which will be dubbed Roadking for the time being.
A new video of the 2022 Yezdi Adventure Bike has recently surfaced online, giving us our best look yet at the motorcycle. The video, which was posted by The Fat Biker, also includes a description of what to expect from the future adventure bike. The RE Himalayan appears to be in the crosshairs of the 2022 Yezdi Adventure Bike shown in the spy video. Like the Himalayan, it has an upright riding position, spoked wheels, a wider rear tire with block-pattern treads, and a single, circular headlight. A regular windscreen improves the vehicle’s touring capabilities. The Yezdi ADV, like the RE Himalayan, has accessory and baggage mounting points adjacent to the petrol tank.
The current series of photographs shows an upswept exhaust that has been finished. Although there is no information on the engine specifications, the radiator and engine head design appears to be comparable to those of the Jawas, which could indicate that these motorcycles would have a Jawa engine. Jawa’s 293 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor produces 27.3 ps and 27 Nm of peak torque. A 6-speed constant-mesh transmission is attached to it. We can’t rule out the likelihood that Yezdi may use the 334cc engine that is now powering things in Jawa Perak. This engine produces 30.64 horsepower and 32.74 pound-feet of torque and is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The forthcoming adventure motorcycle from Yezdi is set to debut in the first half of 2022. The ADV will most likely cost between Rs. 1.75 lakh and Rs. 2.1 lakh (ex-showroom), and when it arrives, it will be a direct competitor to the Royal Enfield Himalayan. It will compete with the KTM 250 Adventure and the BMW G310 GS but will be less expensive.