Top 12 Upcoming Motorcycles to Arrive by 2020 (Prices and Specifications Reviewed)

The new model year has officially kicked in bringing an updated lineup of motorcycles across multiple classes. The noticeable trend is that manufacturers are more often drawing inspiration from the past releasing neo-retro models and the number of electric bikes is constantly growing.

In this episode we will present to you the newest motorbikes of the 2020 that will hit the roads, tracks and trails in the nearest future!

Similar content that previously aired on #AutomotiveTerritory:

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Modern motorcycles with amazing retro designs:

All models that appeared in this #ATmotorcycles video:

YZF-R3 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition: /

2020 YZF-R3 Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition pays tribute to the YZR-M1 racer, borrowing its aggressive styling and bright green Monster Energy livery. It is based on the regular YZF-R3 model and is priced 0 premium.

Yamaha YZ250FX:

2020 Yamaha YZ250FX is the newest two-wheeler in Yamaha’s stables that based on the YZ250X moto-crosser and is built specifically for cross country riding. All of its components from chassis and powertrain to purpose-built tires are optimized for trailing.

MV Agusta Superveloce 800: mv-agusta-superveloce-800-en

Initially presented as a concept at the 2018 Milan Motorcycle Show, this beautiful Italian superbike has been green lit for production. The neo-retro MV Agusta Superveloce 800 draws design inspiration from the 1970s but will be built on the company's modern F3 800 platform.

Husqvarna FE 501:

Within Husqvarna’s endure lineup, the new FE 501 houses the strongest engine, a 510 cc single cylinder 4-stroke. The powertrain has reduced weight of just 64 pounds all thanks to the new cylinder heads, lighter piston pins and crankcases with thin but reliable wall thickness.

BMW R nineT/5: Superbike

In 2020 BMW Motorrad is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the legendary Slash 5 Series of motorcycles and production out of Berlin. To celebrate the occasion the manufacturer is taking a look back to the past with the future in mind and creates a limited edition R nineT /5 Series.

Suzuki Katana:
2020 Suzuki Katana aims to fill the shoes of the original Katana by delivering its unparalleled riding experience enhanced by modern upgrades.

BMW S 1000 RR:

It has been ten years since the first generation of RR enthralled the world of motorcycles, so in 2020, the company engineers are once again pushing the limits in their pursue of the ideal sports bike. The all-new S-1000 RR gets a full redesign.

Lightning Strike:

In 2020, the creators of the fastest superbike in the world are adding another sport-oriented model to their lineup. The new Lightning Strike is all-electric as well, but it has been announced to cost more than two times less than the 218-mph LS monster.

Zero SR-F:

2020 Zero SR-F is the most powerful and the fastest Zero motorcycle to date. It owes the extra horses and miles per hour to the new Z-Force 75-10 motor that yields 110 hp and converts them to 124 mph top speed.

Ducati Streetfighter V4 Prototype:

In essence the upcoming Ducatti is a stripped down version of the Panigale V4 superbike, and since it keeps the mighty 1,103 cc Desmosedici Stradale engine, the experts are already calling it the most powerful open-class naked the world has ever seen.

Kawasaki KLX230 & 230R & 300R:

In 2020, Kawasaki is expanding its dirt-bike lineup, adding three new motorcycles to the KLX range: the off-road only 230R and 300R, plus the dual-sport 230. All three offer great off-roading skills, while the KLX230 is also legal for using on the road.

BMW Motorrad Vision DC Roadster:

Unveiled at the 2019 BMW's NEXTGen event, the new Vision DC Roadster re-interprets the looks of the company’s classic models with two-cylinder boxer engines, but features a fully electric powertrain instead.

Yamaha YZF-R1 and R1M:

The new generation of Yamaha’s hyperbike, YZF R1 and R1M, is all about improved aerodynamics, advanced electronics and a reworked engine. The exterior has received a more Moto-GP inspired styling.

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