Various brand-new motorcycles are in the works by Royal Enfield for both the domestic and international markets. The brand will expand its 350 cc and 650 cc portfolios as well as enter the 450 cc segment with a wide variety of models. In November 2022, Royal Enfield unveiled its flagship Super Meteor 650 in Milan, Italy.
After that, it was shown at the Rider Mania competition. The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650’s price is likely to be announced next month, and deliveries are expected to begin in mid-February 2023. Two new 350 cc motorcycles are expected to be introduced later this year, along with the flagship cruiser.
Based on the momentum generated by the Hunter 350, the Chennai-based company will likely release the new generation Bullet 350 by the end of 2023. There have been several videos of test mules of the brand-new Bullet 350 in a promising state, and the bike is going through a lot of changes.
In addition to the Classic, Hunter, and Meteor, all three of these models are equipped with the new double cradle structure. Due to improved maneuverability, there is less vibration compared to the previous model. Given that the Bullet 350 now holds the title of the most inexpensive product for the brand, it will be interesting to see how the next motorcycle will be positioned.
In spite of the multitude of adjustments available, if it remains the entry-level option, it will be attractive. The performance will be provided by the same 349 cc single-cylinder SOHC air-and-oil-cooled engine that produces 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm of torque. The engine will be mated to a five-speed gearbox.
To compete with the Jawa 42 Bobber and Jawa Perak, Royal Enfield may also release a single-seat variant of the Classic 350 next year. Footpegs could have been relocated and the handlebars could have been raised. In 2023, RE is also expected to release a 450cc dual-purpose adventure tourer.