Upcoming Royal Enfield Bikes in India: Guerrilla 450, Classic 650, Hunter 450 and More

Here's a list of Royal Enfield Bikes that are most likely to hit the Indian streets soon. If you are a Royal Enfield fan, let's look at some of the upcoming models.

By Sanorita | on April 29, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Royal Enfield bikes in India are renowned for their rugged construction, commanding road presence, and exceptional performance. The Chennai-based manufacturer holds a special place in the hearts of riders for offering top-notch machines at an affordable price point. Presently, it has a lineup of 10 motorcycles in India, featuring four 350cc models (Classic, Bullet) and four 650cc bikes (Interceptor, Continental). The recent addition to the portfolio is the Shotgun 650, priced at Rs 3.59 lakh (ex-showroom). According to market reports, the company is all set to expand its product line with new models like the Hunter 450 and the Guerrilla 450, Although Royal Enfield has not yet officially announced any release dates. Keep reading to discover more about these upcoming bikes.

Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450

The Guerrilla 450, a neo-retro roadster equipped with the same 452cc engine as the Himalayan, is likely to go on sale in India soon. It will have a simple design, with neo-retro elements such as a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a single-piece seat, and an all-LED lighting system. 

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In terms of features, the Guerrilla 450 is expected to have a ride-by-wire throttle system, adjustable rear ABS, Bluetooth connectivity with turn-by-turn navigation, numerous ride modes, and a slightly elevated handlebar. It could be equipped with either the Himalayan's Tripper TFT or the Super Meteor 650's simpler digi-analogue display. The Guerilla 450 is expected to have a starting sticker price of Rs 2.40 lakh.

Royal Enfield Hunter 450

The Royal Enfield Hunter 450 will be based on the company's new 450cc platform, just like the Guerrilla. According to previous spy photos, the larger and more powerful Hunter will borrow some styling cues from its smaller sibling, such as a rounded tank, sculpted one-piece seat, and circular headlights. Like the new Himalayan, the Hunter 450 is also likely to have a round TFT instrument console and taillight incorporated into the LED turn indicators. The Hunter 450 is expected to be available in showrooms by the end of the year, with a starting price of Rs 2.6 lakh (not verified).

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350

Royal Enfield trademarked the Goan Classic 350 moniker in India in December 2023. The upcoming motorcycle is speculated to be a simplified version of the Classic motorcycle, with a retro-bobber look. The word 'Goan' in the name suggests that the motorcycle could get distinctive colour schemes and graphics inspired by the state of Goa. According to the previous spy pictures, the Goan-themed bike features wire-spoke wheels with white wall tyres and will have a comfortable riding position. It is likely to use the same J chassis as the current Classic 350, featuring a 349cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor. Other information on the motorcycle, which could be a special edition, is expected to be available soon.

Royal Enfield Scrambler 650

Following extensive testing in India and abroad, the Scrambler 650 will likely join Royal Enfield's 650cc lineup shortly. The upcoming bike is expected to feature the same architecture as the Interceptor 650, with a few modifications. According to previous spy pictures, the Scram 650 will have spoked wheels and block-pattern tyres. It's likely to sport upside-down front forks instead of telescopic ones like the Interceptor. The rear two-spring suspension, however, will remain unchanged.

Other noteworthy features of the bike include an offset single-pod console, an oval-shaped side panel, a taller handlebar, a ribbed seat, and complete LED lighting. The bike's 648cc parallel-twin motor will be identical to that of the Interceptor, Continental GT, and Super Meteor. Price-wise, the Scrambler 650 will likely cost around Rs 3 lakh (ex-showroom).

Royal Enfield Classic 650

The Classic 650 is another much-anticipated RE bike for India in 2024. The bike has been spotted undergoing testing on Indian roads several times, with elements like an elongated fender, dual peashooter exhaust pipes, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, and a circular LED headlamp. Similar to other Royal Enfield 650cc models, the powerful Classic will have a parallel-twin 648cc motor and a six-speed gearbox. While there is no official confirmation regarding its launch, market reports suggest that the Classic 650 will be available in India during the festive season for Rs 3.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

Royal Enfield Scram 440 

Royal Enfield is expected to introduce the 440cc version of the Scram in the latter part of this year. The bike will likely have an air/oil-cooled 440cc engine, derived from the 411cc unit of the Scram 411. While exact specifications are unknown, the Royal Enfield motorcycle is likely to be equipped with a broad handlebar, a single-piece seat, a sloping fuel tank with extensions, a circular headlight, a sleek taillamp, and wire-spoked wheels.

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The new Scrambler is expected to be more expensive than the Scram 411, which retails in India between Rs 2.06 lakh and Rs 2.25 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).

Tags: Royal Enfield Scram 440 Classic 650 Hunter 450 Guerrilla 450 Goan Classic 350 Scrambler 650

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