Bike News

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 new picture leaked forward of launch | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

Barely rearset footpegs contribute to sportier using place than the Traditional 350.

Sizzling on the again of the primary official photographs displaying the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, yet one more image of the upcoming bike has leaked on-line, and it reveals just a few extra particulars of the bike. The Hunter 350’s launch has been scheduled for August 7.

One factor that’s obvious right here is the using place, which is comparatively sportier than one thing just like the Traditional 350 – the footpegs appear a bit extra rearset and the handlebar doesn’t appear to be positioned as near the rider. The absence of a heel-shifter additionally factors in the direction of a barely sportier intent than the opposite 350cc fashions in RE’s steady.

However on the identical time, there are additionally quite a few clues that RE is aiming for a wider viewers with this bike. Latest homologation paperwork present that the Hunter will weigh an excellent deal lower than its siblings, and it additionally seems visibly extra compact. Throw within the barely scooped-out seat, and you may see that RE is aiming for simple accessibility with the Hunter.

Each bikes within the picture sport dual-tone paint schemes (the silver/black scheme on the bike within the again is being seen for the primary time), and roll on alloy wheels, and since these are the variations being utilized by RE for its official shoots, it leads us to consider that these will more than likely be the range-topping variants. 

We additionally see that each bikes proven right here get the Tripper navigation pod. Nonetheless, this can more than likely be an non-compulsory further, since RE stopped providing it as normal fitment on all its fashions, owing to the semiconductor scarcity.

We’ve got beforehand additionally noticed different variants of the bike, geared up with wire-spoke wheels, a rear drum brake and rectangular flip indicators. Will probably be attention-grabbing to see what number of variations the Hunter is obtainable in.

Different noteworthy points embody the truth that each bikes appear to be geared up with a essential stand, and the rear reflector appears to be fairly awkwardly positioned, jutting out fairly far on the rear of the bike.

Watch this area for extra developments.

About the author

Ravi Kapoor