Royal Enfield, the venerable motorcycle manufacturer known for its rich heritage and robust machines, is reportedly on the cusp of introducing a quartet of new models that are poised to make waves in the Indian two-wheeler market within the next six months.

Following the successful launch of the new generation Bullet 350, Royal Enfield is broadening its horizons with an exciting lineup of motorcycles that cater to a range of capacities, including the 350cc, 450cc, and 650cc segments. Here’s a glimpse into the future offerings from the iconic brand.

The updated Royal Enfield Himalayan is set to make its global premiere on November 7, 2023, with an anticipated Indian market debut shortly thereafter. This dual-purpose beast is expected to be priced around INR 2.7 to 2.8 lakhs (ex-showroom), and will be powered by a 452cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine capable of generating 40.02 PS at 8000 RPM and 40 Nm of torque at 5500 RPM. Its feature list boasts USD front forks, a monoshock rear suspension, all-LED lighting, and a dual-channel ABS system, alongside a suite of high-tech amenities including Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation through a circular TFT instrument console.

The Royal Enfield Shotgun 650, potentially showcased in its production form at the upcoming EICMA show, draws inspiration from the SG650 concept unveiled two years ago at the same event. Sharing traits with the Super Meteor 650, it will be positioned slightly lower in the lineup and will be equipped with a 648cc parallel-twin engine.

Furthermore, the Royal Enfield Classic Bobber 350 will utilize the familiar 349cc single-cylinder engine found in models like the Meteor, Bullet, Classic, and Hunter, albeit with slight chassis modifications. It will feature extended handlebars, whitewall tires on both ends, and forward-set footpegs, highlighting its distinct bobber styling.

Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield

Finally, the flagship Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 has been spotted testing both in India and abroad. Its arrival in showrooms is anticipated within the six-month horizon. The Scrambler 650 is expected to feature a round headlamp with chrome accents, a single-pod instrument cluster incorporating the Tripper navigation system, and compact LED tail lights framed with chrome bezels, along with sleek LED turn signals on both ends.


– Royal Enfield is working on launching four new bikes in the Indian market in the next six months.
– The first bike, Himalayan, will be launched in November 2023 and is expected to have a price range of around 2.7-2.8 lakh rupees. It will be powered by a 452cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine.
– The bike will have features such as USD front forks, monoshock rear suspension, LED lighting, and a dual-channel ABS system. It will also have Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation.
– The second bike, Shotgun 650, is based on the SG650 concept and will be showcased at the upcoming EICMA show. It will be powered by a 648cc parallel-twin engine.
– The third bike, Classic Bobber 350, will use a 349cc single-cylinder air and oil-cooled engine similar to other models in the Classic lineup. The chassis will be slightly updated, and it will have features like a longer handlebar and white wall tires.
– The fourth bike, Scrambler 650, has been spotted during testing in India and abroad. It may be launched in the showroom within the next six months. It will have features like a round headlamp with chrome accents, a single-pod instrument cluster with a trip navigation system, and sleek LED turn signals.

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