2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan Tripper Navigation Console Rendered: Thanks to IAB, we have got a glimpse of the 2021 RE Himalayan’s instrument cluster equipped with Tripper Navigation system. We have a high-resolution image of the console that has been rendered keeping in mind the recent spy images and it gives us a sneak peek into the new Tripper Navigation system.
The navigation pod is located on the rightmost side of the instrument cluster as one can spot in the rendering image. This placement can also be witnessed in the motorcycle’s latest spy images surfacing online from time to time. It also appears from the looks of it that the Tripper Navigation dial is not that big and the company has managed to adjust the size and fixing the navigation system into the Himalayan without making any major changes to the existing instrument cluster.
Last year, Royal Enfield introduced its Tripper Navigation system with the company’s newly-launched Meteor 350. It is a handy feature that allows riders to connect their smartphones via Bluetooth and benefit them to navigate by getting turn-by-turn details through Google Maps.
The new Royal Enfield Himalayan is all set to launch this month and the launch date is set towards the end of January 2021. This new version will be coming just after the current model witnessed its last update while switching to the BS6 form.
Royal Enfield’s Tripper Navigation system would not just be updated in the upcoming Himalayan and it would also make its way to other Royal Enfiled motorcycles in the coming months. In fact, there had been numerous speculations that suggest that the Chennai-based company is also planning to provide this system as an optional accessory for the current 650 Twins models.