A number of new espionage tapes have surfaced on the internet. They appear to be from an upcoming 350cc Royal Enfield motorcycle that was inspired by the Meteor 350. Could it be the Hunter or the Roadster?
The Meteor 350 is the first Royal Enfield motorcycle to be based on the company’s newly developed J platform. It was only a matter of time before RE used this platform as the basis for its future models. Now, the new spy images shared by Grasholt Vlogs show us an upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycle that appears to be based on the same J platform.
We can see on the spy pictures that this Royal Enfield motorcycle features a raised exhaust, wide tires, redesigned side panels, a muscular front look and split grab handles. From these elements we can say that this motorcycle has a more sporty stance than that of the meteor. The taillight and rear turn signals are just behind the seat. The license plate is at the end of the rear fender. The motorcycle uses disc brakes on both ends and, on closer inspection, redesigned alloy wheels.
One of the espionage recordings shows us the instrument cluster on this Royal Enfield motorcycle. It’s very similar to that of the Meteor, with a large dial that contains an analog speedometer and a small display in the center. The Tripper navigation module is on the right. It enables the driver to connect his smartphone to it via Bluetooth and benefit from the turn-by-turn navigation details. It is operated by google ms and royal enfield p
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 uses a 349cc single cylinder engine that is designed for quieter operation thanks to an advanced SOHC and balance shaft. We believe the Royal Enfield motorcycle used the same engine in the spy footage, given its exterior design.
At this time, the name of this Royal Enfield motorcycle is unclear. Some speculation suggests it is the hunter while others suggest it is called the roadster. The Chennai-based company has registered these two titles as trademarks in the past, but has not confirmed which models it will use them on. Given the visual posture and features of the motorcycle in the spy footage, we think the Royal Enfield Roadster is better suited for this machine. What do you have to say