To commemorate 10 years of its India operations, Harley-Davidson has launched a limited edition of the Street 750, called the, err… 10th Anniversary Edition. If you want a limited edition Harley parked in your garage, then you better act fast as only 300 units are up for grabs. Priced at Rs 5.47 lakh (ex-showroom), the limited edition model commands a premium of around Rs 13,000 over the standard variant. So what’s so special about this limited edition? We answer that question with the help of some images.
Now, you might be thinking that this is the standard version, but look closer and you’ll see the custom paintjob on the fuel tank.
The fuel tank gets an intricate design pattern and a gold ‘Harley-Davidson’ logo with ‘10 Years’ etched in the centre.
The same design can be seen on the rear panel of the motorcycle.
Apart from this, the bike is mechanically the same as the current model. However, the MY2020 Street 750 has received BS6 certification, making it the first premium 650cc plus motorcycle to be BS6 compliant.
However, going green comes at a cost. As the ICAT director confirmed during the event, the BS6 vehicles are likely to be less fuel efficient.
Speaking of going green, Harley-Davidson has also unveiled its first all-electric motorcycle, the LiveWire, in India, which will be displayed at various Harley dealerships across the country. If you want to hear what the future of Harley sounds like, then click on these blue words.