The upcoming Jawa cruiser was spotted near Pune in Maharashtra
The upcoming new cruiser motorcycle from Jawa has been spotted on road tests yet again even as Classic Legends is busy gearing up to relaunch the Yezdi brand in India.
First spotted on Indian roads in October, the cruiser machine, which seems to be based on the Perak bobber, is being developed at a rapid pace by Jawa.
These completely camouflaged pre-production mules have a circular headlight with a flyscreen, old school style front fender, telescopic front forks with gaiters, and a high-set handlebar.
While the fuel tank is the familiar unit that other Jawa branded machines have been fitted with, the seat is new and, from the looks of it, is rather well-padded.
Also new are the side panels and unlike the Perak, this recently spotted Jawa cruiser machine has twin rear shock absorbers and a different (and large) rear mudguard.
Fitted with alloy wheels, the motorcycle has been spotted with both regular and bar end mirrors, and blacked twin exhaust pipes.
The rider ergonomics is very relaxed and the motorcycle is expected to be powered by the Perak’s 334cc, liquid-cooled motor that pushes out 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm of torque. It will be teamed to a 6-speed gearbox.
Stopping power will come from disc brakes (1 each) fitted to both ends and dual channel ABS assist will be present for added safety.