Spy Images: Royal Enfield Classic new details revealed

Earlier this year, images of the updated Royal Enfield Classic had surfaced online. Now, new images have leaked that reveal some more details.

The images reveal an updated crankcase (with the chain on the left side), ABS ring on the front disc and an instrument cluster with both miles per hour and kilometers per hour markings. The rear brake lever has now been routed from above the foot peg to prevent scrapping on turns. The kick starter is also absent, hinting the presence of electric start. The front seat appears to be different from the existing Classic models - it is lacking springs at the rear portion.

The Classic gets a typical circular headlamp with a chrome hood at the top, dual pilot lamps on each side of the headlamp and circular indicators. The rear has a circular tail lamp with a chrome bezel and circular turn signals, while the Classic's fenders have been carried over unchanged. The grab rail has also been revised compared to the current version. The bike rides on upside-down front shock absorbers while the rear gets conventional shocks instead of gas-charged units.

The Royal Enfield Classic range is expected to be powered by BS-VI compliant 350 and 500 cc engines that might get fuel injection.

Source: Rushlane

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