All-new Bullet with futuristic design and features to launch soon, details here

New Royal Enfield Bullet 350: The next Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is set to go on sale, and it will use the same double-cradle chassis as the Classic and Hunter. A variety of new models are currently being developed by Royal Enfield for domestic and overseas markets. A flagship cruiser, a production version of the SG650 concept, a 650cc scrambler and an old-school faired version of the Continental GT 650 appear to be in the works, significantly expanding the 650cc range. Before the Scrambler, an adventure tourer with a liquid-cooled engine inspired by the Himalayan 411 will make its debut in the all-new 450cc series.

Consumers have reacted favorably to recent introductions of RE

This includes the new Classic 350 in 2021 and the Hunter 350 a few months ago, and the lineup will soon include a new motorcycle.

The new generation Bullet 350, which is also tested by the Chennai-based vintage motorcycle, and its near-production version have both been tested several times, indicating that an official introduction could take place sooner rather than later. With the words “Bullet Meri Jaan” on a wall sign, Royal Enfield appeared to tease the new Bullet while announcing the Hunter 350 launch date.

The production Shotgun 650 (the idea was pitched at last year’s EICMA) and the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 could both make their official debuts at the EICMA event in Milan, Italy. Given that the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 will be making their Indian debut at Rider Mania in 2017, RE might take the opportunity to unveil the pair or at least a new motorcycle.

The next generation Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is expected to be unveiled soon or in the first months of 2023

It will be powered by an air- and oil-cooled 349cc single-cylinder SOHC engine with a twin-cradle chassis, producing 20.2 horsepower and a maximum torque of 27 Nm. It will be linked to a five-speed transmission.

It will bear many similarities to the newer Classic and is expected to be the cheapest counterpart to the Hunter 350 in the brand’s lineup. It will be available with single-channel ABS disc brakes front and rear, halogen headlights and taillights, wire wheels with tube tires and other features.

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