What’s next for Tomcat?
Posted On July 23, 2021
Tomcat is the most popular Indian motorcycle brand, with a loyal following across the country.
It has been selling motorcycles for over 50 years and employs over 1,000 employees.
This year, the company has launched two models, the Tomcat Super and Tomcat B, with more to come.
The new bikes, however, are all made by an Indian company called KLR, which has been busy expanding the brand.
The Tomcat range is a very affordable bike.
It retails for about Rs 5 lakh, but it can also go for as much as Rs 6 lakh.
This is because KLR builds the bikes for a premium price, as they are built to withstand the harsh conditions of India’s harsh winters.
Tomcat also makes high-end bikes for the likes of the Honda CBR1000RR, which can go for upwards of Rs 12 lakh.
Tomcats bikes are also used by some of the world’s best motorcyclists, including world champion Lance Armstrong.
Here’s what you need to know about the Tomcats range of motorcycles.
The Super Tomcat (2017) The Tomcats first motorcycle, the Super TomCat, is priced at Rs 6.7 lakh, and it retails at Rs 7.7 crore.
This motorcycle can go from 0-60 in a record time of 1:22.6 seconds, and is equipped with a new engine, a new clutch, and a new exhaust system.
The engine, known as the Tomahawk, has a displacement of 771cc, and its output is 295bhp.
The transmission is the KLR MTU 8 gearbox, which gives the Tom Cat an excellent grip.
This bike also comes with a suspension kit, and has a gear ratio of 12:1.
The suspension kit is also equipped with two-piston Brembo calipers, a fork, and brakes.
The brakes are a new design that have an anti-roll bar.
The bike also has an electric motor that is equipped to power the rear wheel, and an electric drive that powers the front wheel.
Tom Cat is the fastest motorcycle in the world, with an average top speed of 130 kmph.
It can go up to 60 kmph in less than two seconds.
The bikes price is also cheaper than many other Indian brands.
TomCat bikes are used by many of the best motorcycling riders, including Lance Armstrong, who is one of the top riders in the World Cup.
Here are some of his top endorsements: Tomcat Tomcat bike, the fastest Indian motorcycle, has been a mainstay of Indian sport since it first appeared in 1952.
Since then, the brand has become a world icon and has become synonymous with Indian sports.
The super model is a popular choice for Indian riders, with the Super model sold in India for nearly Rs 6 crore, and the TomCat Super B for around Rs 6,000.
The company has also been selling the Tom Cats newest models, which are designed for those who want a sporty motorcycle with more power and performance.
TomCats Super Tom Cat has a top speed rating of 130kmph, a top gear rating of 12,500rpm and a gearbox that can go to 10,000rpm.
It is also a super-brawny motorcycle, capable of taking on a huge variety of road types, from gravel to mud.
Tom cats bikes are powered by a new KLR 8 gear engine, which is the world record for fastest in India.
The KLR 4-cylinder engine has a compression ratio of 6,600cc and an output of 1,500bhp at 8,000 rpm.
The front suspension system is the same as the Super Super Tomcats, and also features a new shock absorber system, new fork, brake pads, aero pads, and Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.
The rear suspension system features a single shock absorcer, a rear stabiliser and a damping system, as well as new rotors.
It also has a new suspension that is more stiff and stiffer than the Super models.
Tom Cats SuperTomCat has a 0-62mph time of 4.9 seconds and a top end speed of 160kmph.
Tom Cats bikes can go through the rough roads of the country with ease.
This model is also capable of reaching speeds of up to 160km/h.
This makes it a good option for riders who want to test their speed on the roads.
Tom cat bikes are very affordable, but the Tom CATS range is still not cheap.
The price of a Tomcat motorcycle is about Rs 6 million, which retails in India at Rs 8.4 crore.
Tom CAT’s bikes are a lot more expensive than the ones from its Indian rivals.
Tomcats bikes are designed with the rider in mind.
They are light, comfortable and capable of handling any road