Royal Enfield Himalayan 411: Image-Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield is operating on a replacement to the famous Himalayan adventure motorcycle.The final design seems to have leaked through the current clay model as it was seen testing on a newly opened road. At the time of its release, it could be called the "Royal Enfield Scram".
The new edition of the Himalayan ADV is stated to be road-oriented, however not anything has been formally showed on the moment.The overall appearance of the new Himalayan is harmoniously combined with minor changes in the choice of the body panel.
As seen in the clay model, the windshield is completely removable. The new engine also lacks a front rack and has a fuel filler cap numbered “411”. Astute readers will also notice that the smaller front wheels show drift along the way. It also has a ghetto fork to keep dirt and grime from squeaking off the front suspension.
Instead of a trunk attached to the existing unit, a traditional steering wheel has been added at the rear. Unlike the latest model, there is no strap, but it can be provided as an optional accessory.
While there are no confirmed release details, the new Himalayas are expected to be announced later this year at a slightly lower price point than existing devices.
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