Royal Enfield has registered the ‘Shotgun’ identify in India for one in all its upcoming two-wheelers. It was final yr that Eicher Motors CEO, Vinod Dasari mentioned that Royal Enfield will launch one motorbike each quarter, together with up to date fashions.
We suspect that Royal Enfield is probably going to make use of ‘Shotgun’ as a reputation for its new 650 cc motorbike
Last week, Royal Enfield filed a registration for trademarking the identify ‘Shotgun’ in India. In the final yr or so, Royal Enfield bought a number of names trademarked equivalent to Hunter, Sherpa, Flying Flea and Roadster. The firm will probably be launching one new motorbike each quarter, which started with the launch of the Meteor 350 in November final yr. With many launches lined up, it’s tough to determine the precise mannequin for which ‘Shotgun’ will probably be used. It is probably going for use for an upcoming 650 cc motorbike with a parallel-twin engine, a bike that will get a twin exhaust. Of course, that is us making an informed guess.
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There are not less than two new bikes below improvement, that are based mostly on the 650 cc platform that additionally underpins the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650. Both upcoming 650 cc bikes have been noticed on check a number of instances. We count on Royal Enfield to launch not less than one of many two fashions in India by the tip of 2021 or early 2022. One of the brand new 650 cruisers borrows design cues from RE’s newest launch – the Meteor 350, particularly the tail part, however the brand new bike appears to be like extra muscular. That mentioned, there’s a noticeable distinction within the driving place and it seems longer than the Meteor as properly. Now the motorbike was noticed earlier additionally and within the newest video, it exhibits that the driving place will probably be feet-forward, with typical cruiser ergonomics.
RE can be on the point of launch its subsequent 350 cc motorbike, based mostly on the identical platform because the Royal Enfield Meteor 350. In reality, the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, as the brand new bike is rumoured to be referred to as, will solely be one of many fashions based mostly on the Meteor 350’s all-new J-Platform. There are extra fashions within the pipeline, based mostly on the J-platform. Once launched, the Hunter will go up towards the Honda CB350RS, which relies on the Honda H’Ness CB350.
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