Royal Enfield files the new trademark by name ‘ Scram ‘
Royal Enfield is widely known for its cruiser style motorcycles, and hence, the new trademark filing has naturally led to speculation that RE will launch a scrambler motorcycle.
And if Royal Enfield does indeed plan to launch a scrambler motorcycle, it won’t be its first one.
The bike company brought the Himalayan out recently. Which dons the scrambler-style aesthetics with a slight hint of ADV thrown into the mix that’s fitted with 21-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels.
The Royal Enfield Scram could be a way to make the 650 twins more contemporary.
The company has already replaced the existing platform for new bikes like Interceptor. And Classic 350, and this could very well be why the Scrambler could be more of a custom than a standard affair.
We have been reporting that Royal Enfield is slowly expanding its 650cc cruiser line-up in the country. The Continental GT 650 and the Interceptor 650 have found many takers in the Indian market. And become pretty decent mid-capacity motorcycles.
However, who knows, RE may also plan to bring 350cc Scrambler. Further, the new Hunter 350 and Classic 350 are already spied multiple times and will soon be making their way.
The trademark by name Scram was filed last week. Trademark also says Motor Scooters and Electrically powered.
And we know the news started in 2018, wherein Rudratej Singh, President of Royal Enfield, announced their ambitious plans to bring its first electric motorcycle by 2024.
However, it may take at least a year for RE to bring something constructive on the road.