After being spotted for the first time on February 17, 2020, the mysterious 350cc Royal Enfield bike has been spotted testing once again on the Indian roads. Though some might consider it as the upcoming Meteor 350 variant, a closer look at the lower stance and different designing traits confirm that it is unlike any other product from the brand.
Comparing the new Royal Enfield bike with the upcoming Meteor 350, that has been spotted testing multiple times, the former features a lower-slung profile while getting a single flat seat as opposed to the split-seat setup offered to the Meteor cruiser motorcycle.
Apart from this, the new motorcycle also features a tweaked tail light setup which has been positioned a bit higher. Comparing the fuel tank design with that of the Meteor, the new motorcycle features an oval design when compared to the round unit offered on the former.
In addition to this, the turn indicators on the new bike have been positioned a bit higher. The side panels on the new Royal Enfield Motorcycle feature a triangular look as opposed to the elongated outlook spotted on the Meteor 350. In terms of electronics, the upcoming bike features a single-pod instrument cluster which is further expected to come with Bluetooth connectivity and navigation.
Since the new 350cc Royal Enfield bike features many designing traits different from the 2020 Classic variants, one can expect it to be an all-new motorcycle range from the brand that will directly rival the Jawa Forty Two in the Indian market. Rumoured to be known as the Hunter 350, the upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycle is expected to launch in India later this year.
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