Royal Enfield is working on launching a new set of bikes in the coming year. After launching the Scram 411, they are also working on another version of their adventure bike Himalayan and a new generation Classic 350 while also setting a new way for bobber bikes. Let’s see the upcoming Royal Enfield bikes in India:
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is one of India’s excellent adventure bikes, packing significant potential to tackle all terrains. The Himalayan 450 will have a new engine & platform; a new 450cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine will power it.
It is expected to churn out 40hp & 45Nm torque and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It might also feature drive modes such as Rain, Road & off-road. It will also be equipped with ride-by-wire & switchable ABS.
Hunter 350 will be based on the Royal Enfield J platform like the Meteor 350 & Classic 350. It will be powered by the same 349cc single-cylinder engine churning out 20hp & 27Nm torque.
It will feature a roadster styling with slightly rear-set footpegs and a more upright stance. This could be the most affordable bike in their line up which will also come with the Tripper navigation pod as an optional add-on.
The Classic has been one of their most appreciated products in India, and the brand is set to launch another version of it. This bike has already been spied testing on our roads a few times.
It is likely to be powered by the 650cc twin-cylinder engine making 47hp & 52Nm torque. It will feature a circular headlamp, twin exhaust, and split seats with a detachable pillion unit.
They are also going to introduce Shotgun 650, which will be a bobber-style bike in India. The SG650 concept was showcased in 2021 EICMA and has been spied testing on foreign roads.
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It will have a semi-digital instrument cluster with tripper navigation, and it is expected to share the same engine as Continental GT 650, making 47hp & 52Nm torque with a 6-speed transmission.
Super Meteor 650
They are also testing another cruiser bike, the Super Meteor 650. It will share the same engine as the Interceptor 650 with features such as dual channel ABS, dual disc brakes, upside-down front forks & dual shock absorbers.
It might also share some design elements with the KX concept revealed in 2019. Which one of these bikes do you like the most?