Next-gen Royal Enfield Classic 350: Spotted in new colours ahead of launch

Royal Enfield has been working on several new motorcycles. One of them is the all-new Classic 350 which is a popular motorcycle among motorists. The all-new Royal Enfield Classic 350 will be launched in the market officially on 1 September 2021. We have seen several spy pictures of the motorcycles already and most of us already know what all changes will the new Classic 350 will have in comparison to the outgoing model. The official launch of the motorcycle is just around the corner and we have another video where 2021 Classic 350 has been spotted in new colours.

The video has been uploaded by Bullet Guru on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger talks about the new colours in which the RE Classic 350 has been spotted. It looks like Royal Enfield has already started dispatching the vehicles to dealerships across the country. It looks like some of the clips in this video were taken while the bike was being transported.

The first colour that is shown in the video is a pearl white shade. This is actually a colour that was earlier available with the Thunderbird X. The fuel tank has the white shade and all the other panels have been finished in gloss black. The engine gets a chrome finish while the steel rims get a black coating. Next colour shown in the video is actually a mix of both green and blue. RE used to offer Classic motorcycle in a mint green colour but, this colour looks slightly different from that in the video.

Next-gen Royal Enfield Classic 350: Spotted in new colours ahead of launch

Along with these new colours, Royal Enfield has also started dispatching Signals 350 and the same is seen in the video as well. The Army Brown shade is seen clearly in the video. The clip also shows the new instrument cluster and the switches on the motorcycle.

The upcoming RE Classic 350 motorcycle may looks like the current version but, it is an entirely new motorcycle. Royal Enfield will be using their new J Platform on the 2021 Classic 250. The same platform was also used in Meteor 350. The headlight design remains the same but, it is expected to get slight tweaks in it. The instrument cluster will now have a digital meter for the first time and it will show details like odometer reading, trip meter and fuel level. A Tripper Navigation screen is also included in the new Classic.

Other changes include new rotary buttons for the ignition and headlamps. Tail lamps also have a design similar to the Meteor 350. The other main update on the 2021 Classic 350 is the engine. It will still be powered by a 350 cc, single cylinder, fuel injected engine but, it is going to be a lot more refined than the current version. The engine will generate 20.2 Bhp and 27 Nm of peak torque. The engine will be mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The combination of new frame and engine is expected to make the 2021 Classic 350 motorcycle better at handling and also improve the refinement levels. With all these changes in place, the 2021 RE Classic 350 is expected to be slightly expensive than the current. RE is also working on motorcycles like a Himalayan based scrambler and a 650-cc twin cylinder cruiser.