Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 Bobber Patent Image Leaked Ahead of India Launch

The design of the Royal Enfield's new 350cc bobber, presumably the Goan Classic 350, has leaked online ahead of its official launch. Let's look at what the upcoming bike has to offer.

By Sanorita | on May 9, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Royal Enfield plans to launch several new motorcycles in 2024, one of which could be the 350cc Bobber. While there has been no confirmation, the upcoming Bobber-styled bike may go by the name 'Goan Classic 350'. Its most recent patent design drawings are unclear, but give a decent idea of what to expect in terms of appearance. The bike features a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, an elevated handlebar, and a round headlamp with pilot lights on both sides. Moreover, it has white wall tyres covered around wire-spoke wheels. The motorcycle is likely to come with a dual-seat configuration with a detachable pillion seat. For more information on the Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350, read on.

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Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350: What to Expect?

When Royal Enfield trademarked the Goan Classic 350 last year, we informed you that the bike could feature unique paint and decals inspired by the state of Goa, where the company's Motoverse event takes place every year. Although the company hasn't specified anything, the Goa-themed version is speculated to use the same 349cc J Series engine as the Classic 350. 

This unit produces 20.2bhp and 27Nm, with a 5-speed transmission. The bike will likely have two shock absorbers in the rear and a standard telescopic fork up front. For braking, it may include discs at both ends and dual-channel ABS. Other expected features include an analogue console with an LCD inlay, bulb illumination, and a Tripper-Navigation dial.

In our market, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is available for Rs 1.93 lakh (starting, ex-showroom). The Goan Classic 350 is anticipated to cost more than this.

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Aside from the Goan Classic 350, the Chennai-based automaker is reportedly planning to introduce Guerrilla 450, Hunter 450, and Scrambler 650. Its current Indian portfolio consists of ten motorcycles: four 350cc models (Classic, Bullet) and four 650cc models (Interceptor, Continental). The Shotgun 650, which costs Rs 3.59 lakh (ex-showroom), is a new addition to the lineup.

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