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Royal Enfield Bikes upcoming royal enfield bikes in india

Royal Enfield, which sells various bikes in the 350-650 cc segment in India, is also constantly reporting that it is testing various new bikes in India. The bikes in Royal Enfield’s lineup range from new models to larger versions of existing models.

1. Royal Enfield Gorilla 450:

Gorilla 450 is the new 450 cc roadster model in Royal Enfield’s lineup. While the company is testing this model on Indian roads, the company has registered the name Gorilla 450 for trademark. Royal Enfield is going to use the same 452 cc engine used in the new Himalayan model in the Gorilla 450 model.

2. Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber:

One of Royal Enfield’s most successful bike models in India is the Classic 350. Based on the Classic 350, Royal Enfield is testing a new Bobber style bike on Indian roads. The design language of the Classic is seen in this model as well. The bike is expected to be launched in India at an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.5 lakh.

3. Royal Enfield Classic 650 Twin:

The Classic 650 Twin is a larger version of the Classic 350 model. Royal Enfield has created this new bike by fitting their 650 cc engine to the classic 350 bike. This bike also seems to have the same design as the Classic. But we can expect only minor design changes. Royal Enfield is developing this bike to compete with Bobber models from Java.

4. Royal Enfield Bullet 650:

The Bullet 650 is a bigger version of the Bullet 350, one of Royal Enfield’s initial models. The company is planning to launch this Bullet model with a Bullet design and a bigger engine. The aforementioned 650 Twin and this Bullet 650 are powered by a 648 cc parallel twin engine. This engine is capable of churning out 46.4hp of power and 52.3Nm of torque.

5. Royal Enfield Scram 650:

This is the third model in Royal Enfield’s line to launch larger versions of the smaller model. The Scram 650 model is going to be launched as a larger version of the Scram 450 model that is being sold in India. The same 648 cc parallel twin engine is going to be used in this bike. Royal Enfield is expected to announce the launch of the Scram 650 model soon as the company is testing it on Chennai roads.


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