Remember the Hyosung Comet? Well, you can't buy that any more, but the company has tied up with Garware Motors and will make its presence felt soon enough.

Hyosung will initially have two bikes on offer in India - the GT650R sportsbike and the ST7 cruiser to appeal to both the boy racer and the touring fan. The GT650R will come in two variants - one faired and the other naked. And the bike will come at a cost of less than Rs 5 lakh. The ST7 will be priced at less than Rs 6.5 lakh.

Both bikes will be assembled in India and will be seen on the road in the first quarter of 2011. There are also plans to bring the company's range of ATVs to India.

Engine Liquid cooled DOHC 8-valve 90* v-twin 647cc

Max Power 54.2kW / @9,000 RPM (72 bhp)

Max Torque 60.9Nm / @7,250RPM

Fuel System Fuel injection

Transmission 6 - speed

L * W * H  2,090 * 700 * 1,135mm

Wheel Base 1,435mm

Seat Height 830mm

Brake     F)3000 semi floating double discs, 4 pistons calipers,

    R)2300 Single disc, 2 piston caliper

Suspension    (Front) 410, Upside down telescopic (Compression, rebound damping adjustable)

                           (Rear) Swing arm with progressive linkage hydraulic monoshock absorber

Tyre    (Front) 125/60 ZR-17 55W

             (Rear) 160/60 ZR-17 69W

Mass    215kg (running order) SPORTS 14.15

Engine Liquid cooled DOHC 8-valve 90° V-twin 678.2cc

Max Power 46.0kW / @8,000RPM (61 bhp)

Max Torque 57.3Nm / @7,000RPM

Fuel System Fuel injection

Transmission 5 - speed

L * W * H 2,470 x 960 x 1,135mm

Wheel Base 1,690mm

Seat Height 675mm

Brake     (Front) 3000 Semi floating single disc, 4 pistons caliper,

                (Rear) 2700 Single disc, 2 pistons caliper

Suspension    (Front) 410 Conventional Telescopic,

                           (Rear) Swing arm with Hydraulic Double shock absorber(Preload adjustable)

Tyre (Front) 120/80 -16 60H,

         (Rear) 170/80-15 77H

Mass 244kg (running order)