Royal Enfield bikes hold a different kind of emotion compared to any bikes on sale in the country. The iconic cruiser design and thumping sound have become characteristics of Royal Enfield bikes. The major contributor to this has been the original RE, the Bullet 350. Even now, the Bullet continues to go strong, but the brand is looking to bring its new generation update. Now, new spy shots of the bike have surfaced online. In today’s article, let’s talk about everything that we can retrieve from the spy shots of the next Royal Enfield bike.
What do we get to know?
The spy shots were posted by Gaadiwaadi on their Instagram page. It is easy to figure out that it is the Bullet 350 from the overall design. The design more or less resembles the new Classic 350. There are some changes like the single-piece seat and different fenders. What else can we spot? We can spot tail lamps and indicators identical to the Classic 350.
What else do we know?
Like other newer Royal Enfield cars in this price range, the Bullet 350 will be based on the J-series platform. This new platform is expected to improve refinement and better-controlled vibrations. What about the engine specifications? It will get the J-series engine capable of producing 20bhp & 27Nm of torque. Royal Enfield could tune the exhaust differently to produce the thump, a signature Bullet characteristic.
Royal enfield next bike- Launch timeline
Last month, Royal Enfield wrapped up the launch of the Hunter 350. The Hunter 350 has received critical acclaim for its pricing & design, and Royal Enfield will look to continue this in the new Bullet 350. When can we expect the new Bullet 350? Going by Royal Enfield’s past track record, it could be launched by the end of this year or early next year. The new Bullet 350 is expected to get a price hike of Rs 15k to 20K. It remains to be seen if Royal Enfield prices it over the Hunter 350 or not.
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