Upcoming 6 new Bikes from Royal Enfield

   May 02,2023

The company will unveil 6 motorcycles in the coming months. Several test mules of these upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycles have been spotted on occasion, giving us a glimpse. 
There's a lot to look forward to if you're a Royal Enfield fan, from a 350cc bike based on the successful J-platform to another addition to the company's 650cc platform.


Himalayan 450 with a liquid-cooled engine 

Since its release in 2016, the business has enhanced the bike with each update, but one of the most consistent feedback has been a need for additional power to further boost its mile-munching powers. To meet these demands, RE has been developing a larger, more modern liquid-cooled Himalayan 450. This new Himalayan, it appears, will not sacrifice its off-road ability for reportedly increased mileage, as it features 21-/18-inch wire-spoke rims on both ends and updated suspension components in the form of a monoshock and a USD fork.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 with J-platform engine

It held the record for the longest continuous two-wheeler model in production and the only model in the 350cc series to use the older, more utilitarian UCE engine, whilst its competitors use the current J-platform engine. Spy shots of the next Bullet 350 show it will have the same underpinnings and J-platform engine.

Royal Enfield Shotgun 650

The Super Meteor 650 is more comfortable with a swept-back handlebar. The Shotgun 650, on the other hand, has mid-mounted foot pegs and a shorter handlebar.

The Super Meteor 650 is designed in a more traditional cruiser form, with straight twin exhaust pipes plated in chrome and long, arching fenders.

Himalayan 450-based roadster

This naked bike is supposed to be the Scram 411 to the current Himalayan, with more road-oriented features. Spy photos indicate that it has the same liquid-cooled engine as the Himalayan 450 and a telescopic front fork. The seat can be adjusted making it much more accessible to the ground. It appears to use the same gasoline tank as well. When it is released, this new bike will be priced lower than the Himalayan 450.

Royal Enfield 650cc Scrambler 

In the spy photographs, we noted a two-into-one exhaust with a stubby silencer type. It sports 19/17-inch or 19/18-inch off-road wire-spoke rims, twin hydraulic shocks, and a USD fork.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 with fairing

One of the most common aftermarket changes for the RE Continental GT 650 is the addition of a full fairing, which enhances its vintage racing flair. The GT-R 650 is race-ready and already competes in the Royal Enfield Continental GT Cup. Final Thoughts

With the brand's reputation for quality and style, the new bikes are sure to impress and excite riders of all backgrounds. Whether you're a long-time fan of the brand or a newcomer to the world of motorcycles, the new Royal Enfield bikes are definitely worth keeping an eye on. 

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