Royal Enfield 400 Trailblazer Looks Ready to Hit Dirt – Rendering


Royal Enfield 400 Trailblazer rendering has been inspired by Himalayan; sports new headlamp and fuel tank along with chunky tyres

Automotive designer Oberdan Bezzi is known for his exclusive rendering works on different motorcycles. His latest project comes inspired by Royal Enfield Himalayan and it has been christened as Royal Enfield 400 Trailblazer. The motorcycle appears very aggressive and looks like ready to hit the dirt instantly. Despite being based on the Himalayan, it looks pretty distinctive.

The Royal Enfield 400 Trailblazer has been rendered in three different colour combinations that include Black and Yellow, Black and Red, Black and White. As the designer claims, this motorcycle offers countless customisation possibilities. Speaking about other design elements, up front it receives a squarish headlamp. Expect the instrument cluster to get analog and digital combo display.


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The wide handlebar offers great handling capacity to the rider, while the fuel tank looks very crafted indeed. The seat appears to be in stock form as the Royal Enfield Himalayan and it offers the rider a comfortable seating experience along with control over the mean looking machine on two wheels.

The side profile of the motorcycle appears similar to the Royal Enfield Himalayan. The rear too looks identical to the Himalayan with the narrow tail section, taillight and the carrier as well. The exhaust too is unchanged and it comes painted in Black. The motorcycle runs on multi-spoke wheels wrapped with meaty tyres with deep grooves that will help the RE 400 Trailblazer to take on the rough terrains easily.


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For braking duty, the motorcycle gets petal disk brakes at both ends. The suspension setup is also same as the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Speaking about powertrain, the RE 400 Trailblazer is likely to carry the same engine as the Himalayan. In that case it will draw energy from a 411 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine coupled with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox. The engine is capable of kicking out 24.5 bhp of peak power at 6,500 rpm and 32 Nm of peak torque at 4,250 rpm.

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Source: Motosketches