The upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan has just been caught on test again. It is accounted for to be fuelled by a 410c single cylinder air-cooled motor. This the motor is expected to offer around 40 Nm of torque which is 12 Nm well beyond that which is offered by their current 350cc motor. The word on the street is that this new motor will replace the current 350cc motor.
Contrasted with the past spy shot, in which the RE Himalayan came with an exhaust like Continental GT, this time around it was doing rounds with a Bajaj Pulsar 220-like exhaust. Aside from this, the Himalayan is seen with a new handlebar, instrument cluster and a new headlamp cluster.
Blacked out front forks, monoshock suspension and new fuel tank were likewise clear from the new spy shots. Where the ergonomics are concerned, the new Royal Enfield Himalayan sports a more open to riding position permitting riders more simplicity meant for touring.
It is the first bike to launch after the prominent designer Pierre Terblanche who joined Royal Enfield a year ago. Terblanche has designed world’s most popular bikes, for example, Multistrada, SportClassic, and Hypermotard.
Royal Enfield has additionally trademarked Himalayan for different vehicle parts, riding gear, helmet and apparel in order to give the bike a scope similar to the Continental GT. Expect it to be launch by early to mid-2016.
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