Royal Enfield has achieved a new production milestone with its new Classic 350.
The current-gen Royal Enfield Classic 350 was launched on September 1, 2021. After just over 100 days, the motorcycle maker has reported that the Classic 350 has crossed the 1 lakh production mark.
Royal Enfield also exports the Classic 350 to international markets, such as Europe, some ASEAN Countries, South America, and Australia. And this is what made the brand achieve the production milestone this early in the product’s life cycle.
In fact, RE could have achieved the one lakh production figure earlier, had it not been for the ongoing pandemic and the shortage of semiconductors.
Royal Enfield has big plans to launch a few new products across segments, next year. The firm’s new Scram 411, which will be a more affordable version of the Himalayan, is likely to be launched in India by the Q1 of 2022.
Around the same time, the 650cc cruiser based on the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is likely to break cover as well, along with a single-seater 650cc bobber motorcycle. The 650cc cruiser will be called the Super Meteor 650, while the single-seater bobber will be called the Shotgun 650. The pricing is likely to be above the current prices of the Continental GT650.
In the affordable segment, Royal Enfield is likely to introduce the Hunter 350, which will be heavily based on the Classic 350’s platform and engine.