The bike packs during a range of updates including visual refinements and new engine and platform. Some new colour options also will get on offer. Today, Royal Enfield has shared the official launch date. it’s 1st Sep, 2021.
Next-generation Classic 350 design and features
The signature retro styling has been carried forward in most parts for brand spanking new Classic 350. It’s one among the key things that outline what the brand is all about. Most other new / next-gen product that Royal Enfield will introduce within the future will still use retro styling. Even the electrical motorcycle that the corporate is developing will have retro styling. the sole difference are going to be within the ratio of retro-modern features. just in case of latest Classic 350, the scales are tilted towards a retro-heavy profile. it’s evident within the round headlamp and rear view mirrors, teardrop shaped turn indicators and fuel tank, and broad front and rear fenders. Both spoke and alloy wheel options are going to be available. Retro enthusiasts are presumably to settle on the previous .
As per the sooner leaked images, the next-generation Classic 350 are going to be a totally all-new bike from the within out. it’ll use Meteor 350’s J-platform and can also sport some major updates within the sort of new chassis, meter console, swingarm and more. additionally , design updates on the new bike also will be aplenty.
Classic 350 engine and specifications
The bike will employ a 349 cc single-cylinder, DOHC engine from the Meteor 350 but the official technical specifications of the powertrain haven’t been confirmed yet. The transmission is probably going to stay an equivalent 5-speed unit.
Apart from an updated engine and frame, the bike also will feature a replacement meter console with Tripper Turn-by-Turn Navigation. an equivalent functionality was also featured on the Meteor for the primary time. The new 349cc motor is capable of generating 20.2 bhp of max power and 27 Nm of peak torque. it’s mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine produces far less vibrations, because it has been equipped with a counter-balancer shaft.
|Estimated Launch Date||Estimated Price|
|1st Sept 2021||INR 1.85-2.50 lakh (ex-showroom)|