Not only have the Yezdi ADV and scrambler been spotted, their exhaust notes have been captured on tape too
As road tests of the upcoming Yezdi scrambler-style motorcycle and adventure bike continue, images and videos of the motorbikes continue to surface online.
However, the video linked above also reveals what the exhaust note of the motorcycle would be like at highway speeds.
Both motorcycles do have a throbbing exhaust noise which is pleasing to say the least. That aside, they look the same as earlier test mules caught road-testing earlier.
The scrambler has a circular headlamp with a chrome bezel, both high and low fenders, circular mirrors, teardrop fuel tank, single-piece seat, simplistic side panels and tail lamp and a tyre hugger.
Riding on wire-spoked wheels, the scrambler-style bike has telescopic front fork and twin rear shocks to handle imperfect Indian roads and twin exhaust end cans.
The ADV, which will square off against the Royal Enfield Himalayan, also comes with a circular headlight and both high- and low-set front mudguards.
However, it also has a flyscreen, a high-set handlebar, jerry can mounts next to the fuel tank, split seat, a tiny tail lamp and provisions to mount luggage.
Previously spotted mules of the motorcycle had a digital instrument cluster which should offer smartphone connectivity and navigation assist. The motorcycle also has an upswept single-sided exhaust and staggered wire-spoked wheels.
The recently spotted Yezdi scrambler and ADV are expected to be powered by the Jawa Perak’s 334cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled motor. In the bobber, it makes 30.64 PS and 32.74 Nm of torque and is teamed to a 6-speed gearbox.
To be launched in this quarter (Q3 FY22), the Yezdi motorcycles are likely to be positioned above the Jawa range of motorcycles.