Royal Enfield Meteor: Teaser reveals thump ahead of 6th November launch[video]

Royal Enfield is one of the most popular motorcycle brand in the country. Classic and Bullet are the most widely popular models currently on sale. Royal Enfield has been planning to expand their portfolio for quite some time and have been teasing us with new models too. One such model that they will be launching soon in the market is Meteor 350. Royal Enfield has already announced that they will be launching this new motorcycle officially in the market on 6th of November 2020. Now, Royal Enfield has released a new teaser video of the upcoming motorcycle that gives a hint on how the exhaust on this motorcycle is going to sound like.

The video shows Vinod K Dasari, CEO of Royal Enfield motorcycle inviting us for the launch of their all new Meteor motorcycle. In the beginning of the video, it gives an aerial view of two Meteors being ridden on winding roads. The thumb from the exhaust is quite good but we are not sure how much of it has been edited. Listening to the audio in the video, it seems like, the Meteor 350 will also carry Royal Enfield’s signature thump.

It is an all new motorcycle and does not share any components with any other bike from the manufacturer. The frame or the chassis of the Meteor has been built from scratch and the engine used in the bike is also brand new. We have seen several studio images and spy pics of the motorcycle in the past and by looking at the video, it looks like the Meteor is going to look like a modern version of Thunderbird X.

Royal Enfield has not shared the engine specifications of the motorcycle but, it is expected to be more refined and generate more power and torque than the regular 350-cc engine used in other Royal Enfield motorcycle. Royal Enfield Meteor will be a cruiser motorcycle with retro looks and modern features. It will replace the Thunderbird X motorcycle and will offer features like twin pod instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity that shows turn by turn navigation and allows rider to control music and calls. Royal Enfield is also working on a 650-cc cruiser motorcycle that was spotted testing few times.