Royal Enfield Hunter Spotted Again [Instrument Console Revealed]: The upcoming Royal Enfield Hunter 350 has been spotted once again and for the very first time, the instrument console of the bike has been fully revealed through the latest set of spy photos. As one can spot in the image below, Royal Enfield Hunter features a one-of-its-kind analogue-digital instrument console. It features an analogue speedometer which is accompanied by a small rectangular all-digital Multi-Information Display (MID).
The prototype version of Royal Enfield Hunter 350 doesn’t feature the brand’s Tripper Navigation though one can safely assume the production version to come equipped with it.
Comparing the new Royal Enfield Hunter with the recently-launched Meteor 350, 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. Hunter 350 features a small side-mounted exhaust system which is a very first for a Royal Enfield motorcycle.
In addition to this, the turn indicators on the new bike have also been positioned a bit higher. The side panels on the new Royal Enfield Hunter feature a triangular look as opposed to the elongated outlook on the Meteor 350.
Since the new 350cc Royal Enfield bike features many designing traits different from the Classic series, 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 markets.
Mechanically, the Royal Enfield Hunter is expected to be powered by Meteor’s 349cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled, BS6-compliant engine, which is good for a maximum power of 20.2 Bhp at 6100 rpm and a peak torque of 27 Nm at 4000 rpm. The engine will come mated to a 5-speed transmission.
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