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Royal Enfield Upcoming Bikes; From Super Meteor to Himalayan 650

Royal Enfield will launch a number of bikes powered by the 650cc twin engine and will update the current batch of motorcycles

Royal Enfield is all set to launch a slew of motorcycles for the Indian market over the coming months. The bikemaker is also working on updating its current range and adding more powerful versions of its product lineup.

Royal Enfield is the oldest motorcycle brand in the world. In recent years, the brand has started pushing out all-new products in the market. They include bikes like the Himalayan, Continental GT 650, Interceptor 650, and even the Meteor, which is quite popular in the market. Royal Enfield is now working on a slew of upcoming motorcycles that will hit the market over the coming months. Here’s a list of the most likely models to come through

Royal Enfield Scram 411

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Based on the Royal Enfield Himalayan, the Scram will share a lot of parts with the popular adventure motorcycle. It will be the Himalayan’s variant of a scrambler-style motorcycle. The Scram will be based on the same chassis and it will most likely also be powered by the same engine as well. Expect this bike to come out later this year.

Royal Enfield Super Meteor

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Next, we have the Super Meteor, which will become the most powerful cruiser of the brand. The bike will be unveiled at the 2021 EICMA Show in Italy

Royal Enfield will unveil its first cruiser powered by a twin-cylinder engine at the EICMA show in Italy. The motorcycle has been spotted testing on Indian roads, multiple times and it will likely be called the Royal Enfield Super Meteor. The bike will feature retro styling with a round headlamp and tail lamp along with a teardrop-shaped fuel tank. The 650cc engine that powers the Interceptor 650 will probably power this cruiser bike.

Royal Enfield Himalayan 650

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Let’s not forget the Himalayan range. A 650 is in the works, due for 2024. Buyers will have the choice of either spoke or alloy wheels

The bikemaker is also working on a more powerful version of the Himalayan. The Himalayan 650 is on the cards and will be launched sometime in 2024. Royal Enfield will offer two variants of the motorcycle – one with a spoked rim and another with alloy wheels. The Himalayan 650 will look a lot bigger than the standard Himalayan 411. The instrument cluster might feature an all-digital TFT screen.

All-new Himalayan 450

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Royal Enfield will also launch an updated Himalayan, powered by a 450cc engine

According to BikeWale, Royal Enfield is also working on all-new 450 Himalayan. It will be a more rugged version of the motorcycle, that would be more competent off-road. The brand will, however, not replace the current Himalayan but position the new motorcycle above it. Royal Enfield will launch it with a new 450cc engine that might get derived from the current 411cc engine of the Himalayan.

Royal Enfield all-new Classic 650

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A Classic 650 is imminent and will likely hit the market around the same time, i.e 2024

Royal Enfield will also use the new twin-cylinder engine on their most popular motorcycle – the Classic. Royal Enfield will come out with a more powerful version of the Classic too. It will be based on the same Interceptor chassis but the design will be significantly different.

Updated Interceptor and Continental GT

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Speaking of the Interceptor, The current-generation bike will also get a few updates including the Tripper Navigation unit

Last, but certainly not the least, the brand will also bring an updated version of the Interceptor and the Continental GT, as both the motorcycles are now close to three years old. With this upcoming version of the Interceptor and the Continental GT, Royal Enfield will also add the Tripper Navigation system that is already available on the Meteor 350 and the Himalayan. We may also get to see an option for alloy wheels with the updated bikes.

Shantonil Nag
Often living out of suitcases, driving one car after the other to bring you the latest in terms of reviews, opinions and photographs, this man even holds a Guinness record for the longest drive in India without repeating the route. If you don't find him reviewing a car or motorcycle, you'll spot him heading to the hills. An in-house Himalaya expert, putting a car through its paces on desolate mountain roads is what thrills him the most.  Read full bio
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