We all are aware that Royal Enfield is currently working on new models for Indian and international market. One of the upcoming models from the manufacturer is the all-new Classic 350. The 2021 version of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle is more than a regular facelift. RE has made several changes to the motorcycle to give it a new look and feel. The launch of the all-new 2021 Classic 350 is schedule later this month. Here we have a small walkaround video of the upcoming RE Classic 350 motorcycle in its new matte black shade.
The video has been uploaded by MRD Vlogs on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger talks about all the changes that are seen on the 2021 RE Classic 350 motorcycle. The undisguised images of the Classic 350 had already surfaces online and here we have a similar video where it shows a new shade.
Royal Enfield will be offering the Classic 350 motorcycle with both spoke and alloy wheels. The one seen here in the video gets alloy wheels. The bike gets an all-black matte finish with red highlights on side panels and alloy wheels. The headlamp remains round as usual but, it now comes with an LED DRL in it. The instrument cluster on the 2021 version is revised as well. There is an analog speedometer with digital meter below it. The digital meter shows fuel level, trip and odometer readings on it.
Right next to the speedometer is the Tripper meter. This is similar to what we have seen in Meteor 350 and Himalayan. The switches on handle bar also similar to what we have seen in Meteor 350. The fuel tank retains the same old design and the seats now look well cushioned too. It will be offered with both singe seat and split seat options.
As we move to the rear, the fender at the rear has been redesigned. It gets a Meteor 350 like round tail light with halogen turn indicators placed next to them. In the images that had leaked earlier showed two version of Classic 350. One with disc brakes both at the front and rear and one with disc brakes only at the front. The one seen here comes with dual disc brakes.
The chassis of the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 is different from the older version. It is now based on RE’s new platform. It is the same platform that we have seen Meteor 350. Similarly the engine used in this Classic 350 motorcycle is also the same unit from Meteor 350. This new engine and chassis setup is expected to make 2021 Classic a lot more refined and easy to handle.
Royal Enfield will be launching the Classic 350 motorcycle by August 30, 2021. The all-new version with all these changes is expected to be a lot more expensive than the current version. Other than Classic 350, Royal Enfield is also working on a scrambler motorcycle which is likely to be known as Scram 411. This is based on Royal Enfield Himalayan adventure motorcycle. Royal Enfield is also working on a 650-cc twin cylinder cruiser motorcycle. The same has been spotted testing couple of times.