Upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycles expected to launch in India in 2024

Royal Enfield Hunter 350 (Launched) Aimed at budget-conscious riders, the Hunter 350 is a new entry-level offering powered by a 349cc engine. Launched in August 2023, it starts at ₹1.49 lakh (ex-showroom).

Royal Enfield Bullet 650 (Expected Launch: October 2024) A more affordable cruiser variant of the 650 twins (Interceptor & Continental GT), the Bullet 650 is expected in October 2024. It is anticipated to retain the 648cc engine and styling cues reminiscent of the classic Bullet motorcycles.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 (Expected Launch: September 2024) A more relaxed and comfortable version of the 650 twins, the Classic 650 is expected for a September 2024 launch. It is likely to share the 648cc engine with its siblings but might have a different riding posture and design elements.

Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 (Launched) Launched earlier in 2023, the Shotgun 650 is a cafe racer-inspired motorcycle with a 648cc engine. It starts at ₹3.59 lakh (ex-showroom).

Royal Enfield Scram 450 (Expected Launch: December 2025) An adventure-ready version of the Himalayan 450, the Scram 450 is expected for a late 2025 launch. It might come with slightly different ergonomics and a front wheel with a smaller diameter for better off-road capability.

Royal Enfield Himalayan 650 (Expected Launch: September 2025) A more powerful adventure motorcycle, the Himalayan 650 is slated for a September 2025 launch. It is expected to be equipped with a 648cc engine for enhanced performance on rough terrains.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 450 (Expected Launch: October 2026) A cafe racer variant of the upcoming 450 platform, the Continental GT 450 is expected for a late 2026 launch. It might come with a 450cc engine in a cafe racer design language.

Royal Enfield Classic 350 Bobber (Expected Launch: October 2024) Expected for an October 2024 launch, the Classic 350 Bobber is a factory-custom variant of the ubiquitous Classic 350. It might have a bobbed rear fender, single seat, and blacked-out elements for a more minimalistic look.