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The bike will be priced at ₹50,500 (ex-showroom, Pune), and now spy pictures have surfaced of the bike undisguised. From the pictures you can see a digi-analogue instrument cluster, an electric starter, a blacked-out lower half (all cycle parts, essentially), handlebar-end weights and dual shock absorbers with a piggyback reservoir.
The disc brake may not be sold as standard fitment though, and the Discover 110 will be positioned between the Platina 100 and Discover 125. The motor has been significantly updated and is now more efficient, according to the company. It should make around 9.5hp and 9.5Nm and will likely be paired to a four-speed gearbox with an all-down shift pattern.
The bike will be launched with other updated Bajaj motorcycles on January 10, 2018.