2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan specs, price and more
Royal Enfield doesn’t stop making news, and it all starts from the launch of the Meteor 350.
Later we saw Royal Enfield bringing new colours for its Classic 350.
Further Royal Enfiled committed to being in electric space by 2024. Before two weeks, we saw a glimpse of 2021 Royal Enfield Interceptor.
While the Royal Enfield doesn’t stop their innovations, we now see the 2021 Himlayan in a glimpse, and the credit goes to the folks from Rushlane.
However, we can only see the rear portion and talk about the main features.
When it comes to colours and when you take a look at Himalayan, it has six paint schemes. And mainly these paint schemes revolve around its fuel tank. At the same time, the remaining body of the bike comes in black.
These six paint schemes are
- Granite black
- Rock red
- Lake blue
- Gravel grey
- Sleet grey
- Snow white
Even if Royal Enfield wants to bring some new paint scheme for its 2021 Himalayan, we expect to get a few bright colours.
Something like the Husqvarna Norden 901 an upcoming ADV expected to arrive in 2021. However, it has a cool mix of green and black paint scheme with green on the brighter side.
Or it can loan few paint schemes from the newly launched Meteor 350.
The Meteor 350 a Thunderbird progression comes with some bright colour options like the Fireball yellow, Fireball red.
And then you cannot ignore the fact that Meteor 350 Stellar variant gets metallic paint schemes like Red metallic, Black matte, and Blue metallic.
Further, the Supernova variant also has two colour options Supernova blue and brown.
Second and most important feature it may loan from the Meteor 350 is F The tripper pod, displays intuitively turn by turn directions—powered by Google Maps and the Royal Enfield App connects smartphones with the motorcycle Bluetooth.
Tripper that Meteor 30 has
Tripper is a sophisticated navigation solution that indicates directions through an intuitive display system with an additional USB charging port on the bike.
LED drls is the must-have feature for the new 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan. And we will see this on 2021 Himalayan.
The current BS6 Himalayan has 411cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, SOHC, air-cooled, fuel injection engine and this motor is capable of making 24.3 bhp (17.88kw) @ 6500 rpm and 32 Nm @ 4000 – 4500 rpm max torque.
It is BS6 so we don’t see why Royal Enfield may change the performance specs of the motor.
We are looking forward to seeing the new 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan by mid-2021.
With multiple new features getting added. Expect the price to rise.