This gorgeous custom bobber with the moniker “Sassy” was recently unveiled by the Hyderabad-based Costa Motor Co. Sassy, which is based on the Royal Enfield Classic 350, has a design aesthetic that is popular across India.
The majority of consumers prefer bobber style over typical street or cruiser-friendly aesthetics since it not only looks stylish but also gives the owner a dominating ride posture. As bright options are now widely accessible on the Royal Enfield Classic and Thunderbird ranges, they opted for a dark shade for Sassy.
In order to accentuate their new tank design, the front and back fenders were left black while maintaining a matte motif across all components. The front fender has been cut and now appears to be closer to the tyre. This is a side consequence of using a large front tyre with a factory suspension system because the front tire’s sidewall is currently relatively close to the fender.
The rear fender is specially constructed to accommodate a big tyre with thicker sidewalls than usual. The rear half of the exhaust looks stock and proud in chrome, with the exception of the first half being wrapped in heat insulating tape. Engine bay now has a dark motif, with the upper portion being entirely black for that ideal 2018 bobber vibe.
Because the Classic 350 has a removable rear seat, they were able to avoid changing the frame. To give Sassy a more luxurious feel, the front seat has been covered in leather and quilted with diamond patterns. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 generates 19.8 BHP and 28 Nm of tremendous torque.
The engine is connected to a 5-speed transmission. For a better front fascia appearance, they are employing stock console and unique front headlights in all new pods. While the stock handlebar is made way for this enormous, highway-friendly, Harley-inspired handlebar for leisurely riding, the number plate has been shifted to the left.