Royal Enfield Roadster 350 Spotted Testing Again: Royal Enfield, the Chennai-based motorcycle brand is currently working on a lot of new motorcycles like the next-gen Classic 350, Scrambler 350, Hunter 350, Roadster 350, Cruiser 650, Bobber 650, and even 650cc models of the Classic and Meteor. The most recent one to be spotted is the Roadster 350. Here are the latest spy photos of the upcoming 350cc Royal Enfield motorcycle:
Royal Enfield Roadster 350 Spotted in a New Set of Photos
As one can see in the images above, Royal Enfield Roadster 350 features a one-of-its-kind analogue-digital instrument console. It features an analogue speedometer which is accompanied by a small circular all-digital Multi-Information Display (MID). In addition to that, like the Meteor 350, the brand would also be offering the Roadster 350 with a ‘Tripper Navigation’ system, which has been mounted on the right-hand side of the main instrument cluster.
If we compare the upcoming Royal Enfield Roadster 350 with the 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. Roadster 350 features a small side-mounted upswept exhaust system which is the very first for a Royal Enfield motorcycle. The side panels on the upcoming Royal Enfield motorcycle feature a triangular look as opposed to the elongated outlook on the Meteor 350.
Mechanically, the Royal Enfield Roadster 350 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.