A close look at the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450's speedometer

The Himalayan 450 is expected to be based on the K1 platform and could be powered by a 450cc single-cylinder engine.

The upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 has been spotted testing numerous times in the past. But the latest spy images give us a better look at the bike's instrument console.

The Himalayan 450 test bike seen in these images is equipped with a circular cluster that is mounted at a steep angle just behind the front windscreen. In the centre is the gear position indicator with a digital speed readout on the right. The engine RPM readout is placed towards the outer edges of the unit.

Other information like the fuel gauge and trip meter is likely to be displayed on a separate screen positioned in the right-hand-side corner of the cluster. The instrument console is also expected to get Bluetooth connectivity.

This Himalayan 450 test mule also has a provision to mount a top case. It is equipped with a saree guard and has crash protection around the front as well. You can also see several exposed wires on this test bike

The Himalayan 450 is expected to be based on the K1 platform. It will be powered by a 450cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine estimated to produce around 40 BHP and 40 Nm.

Source: Rushlane

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