10 Coolest Motorcycles Coming Out In 2022 – HotCars

From electric bikes to returning legends, 2022 will be an amazing year for the bike market. Here are 10 new motorcycles we’re most excited about.
Since the inception of motorcycles, they have grown in popularity as a means of transportation, and every year, sales figures reflect this growing popularity. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic and its effect on supply chains, things are moving faster than ever in the motorcycle industry.
Most of the top motorcycle builders in the world show their competence in the quality of their products, as proven by their more recent models. While some of these modern bikes are a pain to ride, most are comfortable and filled with the latest high-tech features found in bikes. From the tiniest scooters to the largest tourers, we saw some 2021 models pushing the frontiers of performance. We also saw motorcycles that were fully loaded with cutting-edge infotainment and rider assist tech. If you are wondering which 2022 models will quicken the heartbeats of bike enthusiasts, read on for a list of the coolest motorcycles we expect in 2022.
Made by Suzuki and introduced in 1999, the Suzuki Hayabusa with a top speed of 188-194 mph is a sportbike that made waves as the fastest production motorcycle. All-new for the third generation, the 2022 Hayabusa is powered by a 1340cc liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine cranking out 187 hp and 110 lb-ft of torque.
Although due to Euro 5 emission standards, the engine makes less power than the second-generation unit, it still performs admirably well. Priced at $18,599, the 2022 Hayabusa rocks features like cruise control, hill hold control, launch control, and much more.
The BMW R18 Transcontinental, with a base price of $24,995, is a luxury cruiser that comes fully equipped to deliver comfortable rides. Power is provided by an air/oil-cooled 1802cc twin-cylinder boxer engine churning out 91 hp and 116 lb-ft of twist.
Paired with a 6-speed transmission working through a single-disc dry clutch, the R18 Transcontinental is propelled to a maximum speed of 111 mph. Rider-assist features that come with it include three ride modes, dynamic cruise control, automatic stability control, reverse assist, and hill-start control.
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Taking sportiness to new heights, the new Multistrada V4 Pikes Peak comes with 17" wheels with sport tires. Powered by a 1158cc V4 engine making 170 hp and 92 lb-ft of twist, it is not only the shortest but also the most powerful Multistrada.
To ensure riders' safety, it is fitted with features like Wheelie Control, ABS cornering, Traction Control, and Blind Spot Detection. In addition to several riding modes offered, the V4 Pikes Peak also has a hands-free ignition system that allows you to start the engine with the start button.
The award-winning Honda Grom is a 124.9cc naked motorcycle that was introduced by Honda in 2014. Designed for comfort, the thickly padded seat is placed low to help you maneuver at low speed in parking lots when flat-footing is unavoidable.
Excellent for use around the city, the 2022 Honda Grom has a maximum speed of 73 mph and a fuel efficiency rating of 134 mpg. Wearing a new bodywork for 2022, the Grom also has a set of LED projector-style lights to provide superior illumination.
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The 2022 Indian FTR is a beautifully built machine offered in four trim levels to satisfy various tastes. Motivation is supplied by a 1203cc V-twin engine that produces 120 hp and 87 lb-ft of torque.
With a price tag of $12,999, the Indian FTR offers nimble handling, thanks to the street tuned suspension and 17" wheels with Metzeler Sportec tires. In addition, the low riding position inspires confidence while a set of Brembo brakes provide adequate stopping power.
Designed and built for comfortable long hauls, the 2022 Indian Super Chief features a windshield, floorboards, cruiser handlebars, and saddlebags. Power is supplied by an air-cooled Thunderstroke 111 power plant working through a wet multi-plate clutch.
The $18,499 tourer also comes with cruise control, optional ABS, ride modes, and a rear cylinder deactivation that helps save fuel. With 36.7 liters of available storage and a 15.1-liter tank, the 2022 Indian Super Chief is the ideal companion on extended road trips.
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The Suzuki GSX-S1000 is a naked bike that was introduced in 2015 for the 2016 model year. Following mild updates in 2017 and 2021, the GSX-S1000 comes into the 2022 model year with a new 19 liters fuel tank.
It also gets a more aggressive styling, a new exhaust system, and the Suzuki Intelligent Ride System which contains a set of advanced ride-assist electronics. With pricing starting from $11,299, the GSX-S1000, powered by a 999cc liquid-cooled I-4 engine, delivers great riding fun in all road conditions.
With pricing starting from $13,400, the 2022 Triumph Bonneville Bobber is a bobber-styled cruiser based on the iconic Bonneville series. Standing out with its muscular looks, the Bonneville Bobber is powered by an updated liquid-cooled 1200cc "High Torque" two-cylinder engine.
While it delivers effortless acceleration through a 6-speed gearbox, an upgraded braking system provides plenty of stopping power. For optimum ride quality, the new Bonneville Bobber is kitted with advanced rider techs like two riding modes, cruise control, switchable traction control, and ABS.
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Buell makes a çomeback for the 2022 model year, and it does so on the shoulders of the Buell Hammerhead 1190 built on an aluminum fuel-in frame chassis. The beating heart of the $18,996 Buell Hammerhead is an 1120 cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine that supplies the wheels through a 6-speed transmission.
With the engine giving out 185 hp and 102 lb-ft of torque, the new Hammerhead performance matches its rugged aesthetics. Features that make the Hammerhead special include a vacuum-operated slipper wet clutch and Showa shock.
The Honda Goldwing, Honda's line of premium touring machines, made its debut in October 1974 at the Cologne Motorcycle Show. Currently in its sixth generation, the 2022 Goldwing is powered by a 1833cc six-cylinder power plant churning out 125 hp and 125 lb-ft of torque.
To help riders get a satisfying ride experience, the Goldwing comes with advanced rider-assist tech and infotainment features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Furthermore, if you are going on a road trip, the Goldwing's remarkable storage capacity means there's enough space for your luggage.
Jay Moren is a car enthusiast who loves everything with an engine. When he’s not writing about cars, he plays the saxophone and keyboard. He also plays as a goalkeeper for a non-league side in his native Nigeria


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