HomeBike NewsUpcoming Royal Enfield Bikes That Were Spotted Testing

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes That Were Spotted Testing

Royal Enfield has been working on a variety of new motorcycles for both domestic and international markets. Each will be positioned in a different segment, as Royal Enfield will address various engine capacities. We’ve compiled information about all seven Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes that have been spotted in recent months here:

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes

1. Hunter 350

Royal Enfield Hunter 350

The Hunter 350’s type approval document has been leaked, and it has already been photographed in production-spec form. The entry-level roadster, which will be based on the same platform as the Classic and Meteor, will most likely become the most affordable RE when it arrives early next year.

Read This: Royal Enfield Hunter 350 Specifications Leaked Ahead Of Launch

2. Super Meteor 650

Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes In India | Launching Soon

The cruiser-styled motorcycle, which is based on the same platform as the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650, has been photographed numerous times and is expected to be the first of four 650 cc motorcycles to be released. It could be called the Super Meteor 650 if an old nameplate is revived when it is released later this year or early in 2023. (homefortheharvest.com)

3. Shotgun 650 Bobber

Royal Enfield Shotgun 650cc
rushlane.com

RE debuted the SG650 concept at the 2021 EICMA show in Milan, Italy, and a production version could be on the way soon. It will most likely be available as a single-seater with an exposed rear fender.

4. Classic 650

Royal Enfield Classic 650

The Chennai-based manufacturer appears to be working on a 650cc retro-themed motorcycle with a similar design to the Classic 350 and is essentially a dual-seater take on the Shotgun with significant changes.

It will also be powered by a 648 cc parallel twin-cylinder fuel-injected engine with a maximum power output of just over 47 PS and a peak torque output of 52 Nm. It will come standard with a six-speed transmission with a slipper clutch and a dual-channel ABS system.

5. Roadster 650

Royal Enfield Roadster 650

The Royal Enfield Roadster 650 shares many features with the Shotgun and Classic 650, but spy shots show that it will have different alloy wheels, a larger fuel tank, differently positioned footpegs, and so on. All of these 650cc models will feature a semi-digital cluster with Tripper Navigation, USD forks, and other features.

6. Next Gen Bullet

Royal Enfield Classic 350 – Next-Gen Vs Current-Gen Specs Comparison

The next generation RE Bullet 350 is also being tested, and it will use the same dual cradle architecture as the Hunter, Classic, and Meteor. It could go on sale next year, powered by a 349 cc single-cylinder OHC engine producing just over 20 hp and 27 Nm and mated to a five-speed transmission.

7. Himalayan 400

Royal Enfield Himalayan 400

The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 may be the most radical of the upcoming launches. It will be built on a new platform and may include USD forks, new bodywork, a digital cluster, an all-new liquid-cooled engine producing around 40 bhp, and other features. When compared to the current Himalayan, it will be a more challenging off-road vehicle.

Also Read: BMW G310 RR Launched In India At Rs. 2.85 Lakhs

MUST READ

NYPD Unveils New Mustang Mach-E Police Car At New York Auto...

0
These coppers will be silently patrolling the streets of New York this summer. In the United States, police cars are either enormous SUVs or large...