Royal Enfield continues to capture the hearts of new people with its performance, and styling all over the world. In the coming months, Royal Enfield will be launching 3 motorbikes for the Indian Market with the recent launch being the Bullet 350. Here are the 3 upcoming motorbike launches in India –
Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber
Royal Enfield was spotted testing the Classic 350 Bobber with spy shots leaking on the Internet. From what we can see in the spy shots, the Classic 350 features little design change to make it stand out from the Classic 350. It features like the raised handlebar, LED headlamps, blacked out components, oval-shaped fuel tank , spoke wire wheels but it’ll be offered with alloy wheels as well, front foot pegs, split seat, and the tail lamp is similar to the Meteor 350.
As for the Engine Options, it’ll be powered by their’s reliable 349cc 4 Stroke, Air-Oil Cooled Engine, Spark Ignition, Single Cylinder engine that produces 20.2 BHP and 27 NM of torque mated to 5 Speed Gearbox. This engine promises to offer you a smooth and a exciting ride, and it’s expected to launch for the Indian Market by the end of this year.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 450
The upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is poised to revolutionize the adventure segment. A standout change in the Himalayan 450, when compared to the Himalayan 411, is the introduction of a new fully digital instrument cluster bidding goodbye to the analog instrument cluster with tiny LCD display in Himalayan 411. From turn-by-turn navigation support to crucial ride-related information, this digital instrument cluster promises to elevate the overall riding experience.
Under the hood, the Himalayan 450 will be powered by an all-new 450cc liquid-cooled engine, capable of delivering an impressive 40 BHP of power. This ensures that the Himalayan 450 makes a big adventurous impact. Furthermore, the Himalayan 450 is expected to be priced competitively to ensure it holds the position in this segment with launch expected in early November 2023.
Royal Enfield Scrambler 650
Royal Enfield is gearing up to introduce the eagerly awaited Scrambler 650 to its ever-expanding lineup, expected for an early 2024 launch. It’s built on the same platform as the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT650, the Scrambler 650 will be powered by the same 648cc parallel-twin engine, generating an impressive 47 BHP and 52 NM of torque. Leaked images from spy shots provides a sneaky look at this upcoming motorbike, revealing a circular headlamp, an oval-shaped fuel tank, a single flat seat, a sleek two-in-one exhaust system, and wire-spoke wheels with dual-purpose tires for a scrambler look.