Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Spied Up Close, Reveals Headlight Design & More

Another spy picture of the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 has surfaced online and the new pictures reveal the Himalayan 450’s brand new switchgear, digital display, headlight design and more.

By Divyam Dubey | on April 27, 2023 Follow us on Autox Google News

The much-anticipated Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 has been sighted once again out and about undergoing testing. The Himalayan 450 is a possible name for it, and spy shots of it keep popping up online. Spy shots show a test mule in its near-production version, but the design details are obscured. The prototype proves that the Tripper Navigation will be an option and that there will be a circular display of all digital gauges. The all-new Himalayan 450, slated to replace the Himalayan 411, is said to be more lightweight and have enhanced off-road capabilities. Its ex-showroom pricing is expected to be around Rs 2.80 lakh. Even though the current iteration has been seen out and about during road tests on many occasions, the new spy images disclose some new features about its design, bringing it that much closer to a production-ready version.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 Instrument Display

The Himalayan 450 is essentially an ADV with a larger powerplant. The new 450's design is reminiscent to the original Himalayan in certain ways. Modern touches on the RE Himalayan 450 include a lower overall profile, new grab rails, a beak-style front fender, Jerry Can Holders up front, steel tubes, and a small luggage rack at the back. Spoked wheels at both ends and USD forks up front complement the front disc brake and monoshock suspension. It seems that the front wheels are 21 inches in size and the rear wheels are 17 inches.

Although it will feature a brand new digital LCD instrument cluster, the new model will have the old school circular headlights and rear view mirrors. The Himalayan 450 will differ visually from its predecessor in many ways, including its smaller windscreen, broader handlebar, split seats, and LED taillights.

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Power output is estimated at roughly 40bhp, and it will come standard with a six-speed gearbox that has a slipper and assist clutch. Spy photos reveal that the motorcycle has new switchgear, a sump guard, and a brake fluid reservoir, in addition to new LED headlamps, turn signals, and a tail Lamp. It will have a tall handlebar, robust footpegs, a massive fuel tank, split seats, a front beak, front, and rear disc brakes with a dual-channel ABS system, and more.

The bike also has some other cool features like a Bluetooth connection, dual-channel anti-lock brakes, and a slip-and-assist clutch. The Himalayan 450 will compete with the likes of the KTM 390 Adventure and the Yezdi Adventure when it goes on sale in India.

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