In India, the single-seat Classic Bobber and the next-generation Royal Enfield Bullet 350 are anticipated to be on sale in 2023.
It is no news that Royal Enfield is working on various new motorcycles for home and international markets. While the 350 cc and 650 cc portfolios will be enlarged, the brand will enter the 450 cc area with various models. Royal Enfield unveiled their flagship Super Meteor 650 in Milan, Italy, at the beginning of November 2022.
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650’s costs will probably be revealed next month, and deliveries should start by the middle of February 2023. In addition to the flagship cruiser, Royal Enfield is rumoured to introduce two brand-new 350 cc motorcycles later in the year.
By mid-2023, the Chennai-based company will debut the new generation Bullet 350, building on the momentum generated by the newly introduced Hunter 350. The brand-new Bullet 350 is undergoing several changes, and test mules of the motorcycle have been spotted on camera numerous times in a state close to production.
The revolutionary double cradle structure seen in the Classic, Hunter, and Meteor serves as its foundation. It will have less vibration and improved manoeuvrability compared to the previous generation. It would be fascinating to see where the future motorcycle will fall to the brand’s current most cheap offering, the Bullet 350.
It will become a compelling offer if it stays the entry-level option despite the vast array of adjustments that will be offered. Performance-wise, the same 349 cc single-cylinder SOHC air- and the oil-cooled engine will be used, producing a maximum power output of 20.2 bhp and a peak torque of 27 Nm. A five-speed transmission will be mated to it.
The single-seater variant of the Classic 350 from Royal Enfield might also be released the next year to compete with the Jawa 42 Bobber and Jawa Perak. It might have had higher handlebars and repositioned footpegs. RE is also anticipated to release a 450 cc dual-purpose adventure tourer in 2023.