Royal Enfield has recently launched the Hunter 350 bike. Now it is testing two new bikes, which were recently spotted. Its upcoming models include Bobber 650 and Himalayan 450.
Royal Enfield Bobber 650
Special features of the Bobber 650 include round headlamps, rear view mirrors, classic tear-drop shaped fuel tank, single-piece seats, dual chrome exhausts, broad rear mudguard, circular tail lamps and turn signals. Along with this, this bike is equipped with a dual instrument dial, which is similar to the Meteor 350. According to reports, it is expected to get a smaller unit tripper navigation screen on the right side. On the other hand, a comfortable riding stance can be given in the bike with the handlebar and forward-set footpegs at the rear.
Royal Enfield Bobber 650 Engine
According to reports, the Bobber 650 will get a parallel twin engine of 648cc. It will generate 47.5 PS of power and 52 Nm of peak torque. With this a 6-speed transmission can be found. Expect the price of this bike to be Rs 3 lakh to Rs 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom).
Royal Enfield Himalayan 450
The Himalayan 450 has been spotted several times in the past as well. A big change can be seen in the design of this bike rack. At the same time, the rear rack is missing on its testing model, according to this, some parts of the bike can be made optional. These can be offered as an accessory through the company’s MIY personalization platform. The company has recently teased it officially.
Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Engine
450cc engine can be given in the new Himalayan bike. It can generate maximum power of around 40 bhp and peak torque of 45Nm. After being launched in India, this bike will compete with BMW G310GS, Hero Xpulse 300 and KTM 390 Adventure.