The two colour options have been revealed to the public but are not listed on the official website yet. Given that Royal Enfield’s largest event of the year, Rider Mania is set to take place in a few weeks, the two could make an official debut along with their price tags during the fest.
Speaking of which, Rider Mania is set to begin on the 18th of November 2022. The three-day event takes place in Goa and entails a wide range of activities including, races, custom bike showcases, experience zones, etc. The registrations for the event are currently open at Rs 2,800.
In related news, a new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is in the works and is expected to launch sometime early next year. The bike will boast larger engine displacement, more power and better equipment. The new Himalayan 450 will use a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 450cc engine that will deliver 40 bhp and 45 Nm of peak torque. Other hardware on the motorcycle, as seen in spy images so far, include upside-down front forks, rear mono-shock, and wire-spoke wheels.