Earlier check mules had been noticed with alloy wheels, suggesting that the upcoming Hunter 350 can be supplied in numerous trim ranges.
The upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been noticed testing as soon as once more, with one essential new element this time round. All earlier check mules of the Hunter have been seen geared up with alloy wheels, however on this newest sighting, we are able to see two check items rolling on wire-spoke wheels.
This implies that the Hunter 350 may very well be supplied in numerous trim ranges, with sure variants getting alloy wheels whereas others get geared up with wire-spoke items. Royal Enfield already adopts this strategy with the Traditional 350, whose Darkish variant comes with alloys whereas all different variations get wire-spoke wheels.
The Hunter 350 can be powered by the lately launched 349cc J-platform engine that presently powers the Traditional 350 and Meteor 350. For the reason that Bullet 350 was additionally lately noticed testing with this motor, the Hunter will make it 4 completely different fashions to be powered by this engine.
Apart from the wheels, these check mules seem fairly much like Hunter check items seen up to now. Unchanged particulars embrace the spherical headlight and mirrors, a rounded gasoline tank, and a single-piece seat. The bike is sprung by a traditional telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers, and the general look is that of a retro bare roadster with a touch of scrambler thrown in as properly.
Many check mules of this bike have been sighted over fairly a protracted time period, so the Hunter needs to be nearing the tip of its testing cycle quickly. You’ll be able to count on an official launch someday earlier than the tip of this yr.