RE Himalayan Tourer Motorcycle spied undisguised

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As you all already know that Royal Enfield has grown tremendously in the exports by almost 50%, it is working hard for global growth too. As its global plan, the company is all set to launch its Himalayan adventurous bike as its next offering. Spied earlier, the RE Himalayan Tourer bike was once again spied by our reader Vijay in Chennai.

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RE Himalayan Bike spied again, but with different Exhaust

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As per the new Spied images, one can see the new silencer as the most noticeable change in the bike. However, new pics of RE Himalayan tourer bike also show the tail lamp design similar to the Royal Enfield Thunderbird bike. From the spied images, one can also have a look at the interesting and appealing speedometer design.

Expected to be an off-roader, mechanically, the company has powered the bike with a new 410 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, overhead cam engine which is expected to churn around above the power output of Continental GT, some what more than 30 PS.

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As the bike was spied again, it clearly means that the launch is nearer. Once launched in the Indian market, it will offer features like chrome exhaust like Continental GT, dual disc brakes, round rear view mirrors, spoked rims, raised handlebars, step-up seats, short rear mud guard and many other features seen in the image.

When launched, expected the RE Himalayan bike to carry a price tag close to INR 2.5 lakhs to rival against Mahindra Mojo.

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Our rendered version of the RE Himalayan bike showcases the very close to reality edition of the bike, which means you could now eagerly wait for the production version of the tourer very soon. Royal Enfield has already applied for trademark for the tourer in India & Europe with the name ‘Himalayan’, the company has also marked the titles on-off roader, off roader, adventure tourer, off roader and that’s not it, even a mention of scrambler under its wings.