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4 Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes To Wait For In 2024 In India

4 Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes To Wait For In 2024 In India

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In this list, we have brought you a rundown of the possible upcoming Royal Enfield bikes in the year 2024 in India

Royal Enfield announced prices of the Super Meteor 650 earlier this year and the Himalayan 450 was launched at the 2023 MotoVerse event in Goa a couple of days ago and it was preceded by the new generation Bullet 350 a few months ago. The brand will look to further expand its 350 cc, 450 cc and 650 cc portfolios next year.

Here we have brought you all the key details on the upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycles that are expected to debut/launch in 2024 CY:

1. Royal Enfield Shotgun 650:

The factory custom version of the Shotgun 650 was revealed at MotoVerse but its availability is restricted to 25 units. The fully-fledged production version will be introduced in 2024 in India and abroad and it will get smaller wheels, an upright handlebar, different footpegs and seats, a new sub-frame, etc compared to the Super Meteor 650. The familiar 648 cc parallel twin will be retained.

2. Royal Enfield Hunter 450:

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In the first half of next year, Royal Enfield is expected to expand its 450 cc family by adding a new roadster. It could compete directly against the Triumph Speed 400 and will use a 452 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled DOHC four-valve engine producing 40.02 PS and 40 Nm. It will target customers wanting to own an everyday retro-styled motorcycle with good performance characteristics and touring abilities.

3. Royal Enfield Classic Bobber 350:

A bobber based on the existing Classic 350 will feature whitewall tyres, a raised handlebar and a removable pillion seat. It will more likely go on sale sometime next year and will compete with Jawa 42 Bobber and Jawa Perak. The 349 cc single-cylinder air- and oil-cooled SOHC engine producing 20 bhp maximum power and 27 Nm will power the upcoming motorcycle.

4. Royal Enfield Scrambler 650:

The Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 has been caught testing multiple times on Indian roads as well as foreign soil. It will run on block pattern tyres and have higher ground clearance and possibly a longer wheelbase compared to the Int and GT 650s as it will be off-road focussed too. It will also boast a two-into-one exhaust system. Several mechanical components will be shared with its 650 cc siblings.

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