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Upcoming Royal Enfield Motorcycles: From Guerrilla 450 to Bullet 650

The company has yet to share details about the planned models, but they are expected to arrive at the end of this year or the beginning of 2025.

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Upcoming Royal Enfield Motorcycles

Upcoming Royal Enfield Motorcycles: In India, Royal Enfield (RE), the top two-wheeler manufacturer, will introduce new motorcycles.

The company has yet to share details about the planned models, but they are expected to arrive at the end of this year or the beginning of 2025.

During the testing phase, a few of the vehicles have already created a buzz on the internet ahead of the official launch.

Our team has created a list of RE’s upcoming products, which are expected to dominate multiple segments, based on spy images.

Bobber 350 classic

Introducing the all-new Classic 350 Bobber. It will use the company’s hot-selling platform Classic 350, as the name suggests.

Initially, some reports suggested that the bike would be called the Classic 350 Bobber. Later, some reports indicated that the RE had trademarked the name Goan Classic 350.

An engine with a displacement of 350cc will produce 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque on the vehicle.

450 Guerrillas

There is a good chance that the Himalayan 450 will be based on the same platform, featuring roadster-style body elements and the same capabilities off-road.

The motorcycle has been spotted during its testing phase, with round-shaped LED headlights, a single seat arrangement, and an impressive fuel tank.

The model will compete against Harley-Davidson X440, Triumph Speed 400, Yezdi Roadster, Hero Maverick 440, and the neo-retro Honda CB300R.

It will be powered by a 452cc engine with a power output of 40 bhp at 5500 rpm and a torque output of 40 Nm.

The classic 650 twin

It is possible that the bike will be released under the same name as the model. The brand recently filed a trademark for the model under the name Classic 650 Twin.

Leaks suggest the upcoming model will be positioned above the Interceptor 650, but will not feature USD telescopic front forks.

650 Scram

It is unknown whether the model will use the same name or have a new name. It is likely to be based on the same platform as Interceptor 650.

There are reports that the upcoming Scram 650 will be one of the lightest bikes in RE’s fleet.

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