Royal Enfield (RE) is one of the most popular motorcycle brand in India and around the world. Royal Enfield’s Bullet and Classic 350 and some of the most popular models in their line up. The brand is now working on several new motorcycles and some of them have been spotted several times during the testing phase. One of the upcoming launches from Royal Enfield is the 2021 version of Classic 350. Another motorcycle that is expected to be launched in the market later this year is a scrambler motorcycle. This has also been spotted and now we have more pictures of the upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycle with us.
The images have been shared by 69_thewanderlust on their Instagram profile. The image shows a clay model of the upcoming scrambler motorcycle. There are reports that Royal Enfield is likely to call it Scram 411. From the images it is quite clear that Scram 411 is based on Royal Enfield’s Himalayan. Although it is based on Himalayan, Royal Enfield will be making several changes to the motorcycle to give it a unique look.
In comparison to Himalayan, the upcoming Scram 411 will be offered with a smaller wheel at the front. It will be a steel rim with spokes. There are even chances that Royal Enfield might offer alloy wheels with this motorcycle. The rear tyre will however remain the same as Himalayan. The front mudguard will be slightly redesigned and the headlight is expected to be a bit smaller. The headlight will be positioned slightly lower than what we see on Himalayan.
The cowl around the headlight is also different from Himalayan. Fuel tank is borrowed from Himalayan and the Scram 411 also gets shrouds to add some muscle to the overall design. The side panels on the upcoming motorcycle is expected to remain plain with couple of air vents on it. Scram 411 is expected to be offered with single piece seat and a simple looking metal grab rail.
The rear mudguard will be shorter than Himalayan and the turn indicators will be mounted on them. Coming to the instrument cluster, Royal Enfield Scram 411 is expected to get an instrument cluster similar to what we have seen in Meteor. It will be a part analog and digital instrument cluster and like Meteor 350 and will also come with Tripper meter.
Royal Enfield Scram 411 will be using the same engine as Himalayan. It will be powered by a 411-cc, single cylinder, fuel injected engine that generates 24.3 Bhp and 32 Nm of peak torque. It will be paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Both front and rear will get disc brakes but, it is not known whether Royal Enfield will be offering switchable ABS with the Scram 411. The suspension set up is also likely to remain the same as Himalayan.
Royal Enfield is expected to launch Scram 411 in the market during the festive season this year. In terms of pricing, we expect that Royal Enfield might price it below Himalayan. The Scram 411 is likely to be at least Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 cheaper than that of regular Himalayan.