The Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 has been in the market for a long time now. It was one of those bikes which boosted the touring bike segment. The Himalayan was one of the hit bikes by Royal Enfield. But now Royal Enfield has decided to bring a more refined and slightly more powerful Royal Enfield Himalayan with a 450cc engine. Since this is in the testing phase it is spied many times. There is a post going viral where it can be seen that the upcoming Royal Enfield 450 was testing on the road and it met an unfortunate accident. Looking at the bike it can be seen that the bike had met a really bad crash. The front end of the bike is destroyed totally, the handlebar had fallen off the bike and the front wheel of the bike had an impact so bad that the spoke wheel had bent and the tires with the tube just came off the bike. Moreover, some liquid can be seen spilled on the road.
Upcoming bike by Royal Enfield
There are a couple of upcoming bikes by Royal Enfield which mainly included Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 and Royal Enfield Scram 450. These bikes follow a similar design to their prior models, the Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 and Scram 411.
Upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 450
The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 will be based on the outgoing Himalayan. It will be powered by a 450cc single-cylinder engine that will produce 40bhp of maximum power and 40nm of maximum torque. The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 will compete with the KTM Adventure 390, and Yezdi Adventure. The Current Royal Enfield Himalayan 411 is powered by a 411cc single-cylinder engine which produces 24bhp and 32nm of maximum torque. It gets certain features like turn-by-turn navigation, a semi-digital instrument cluster, USB charging socket, and for safety it gets a switchable dual-channel ABS.
Upcoming Royal Enfield Scram 450
Just like the upcoming Himalayan 450 the Royal Enfield Scrambler 450 will follow its outgoing model the Royal Enfield Scram 411. It will be powered by a 450cc single-cylinder engine that will produce 40bhp of maximum power and 40nm of maximum torque. The current Royal Enfield Scram 411 is powered by a 411cc single-cylinder engine which produces 24bhp and 32nm of maximum torque. And it gets some useable features like the semi-digital instrument cluster that has an integrated trip meter, and tachometer, and as an option you get a Navigation pod that is the turn-by-turn navigation system that is supported by google maps.