The custom RE Himalayan gets an aftermarket exhaust, blinkers, headlamps and some other premium feature like a touchscreen GPS navigation system
Royal Enfield official Instagram page has just posted a few images of this heavily modified Himalayan by Wrench Kings that look ready for some serious adventure. The motorcycle gets plenty of additional accessories that definitely has enhanced its overall appeal.
Talking about the changes, the front profile of the Himalayan gets a custom mesh panel positioned in place of the headlamp unit. The mesh panel gets twin projector headlamps that promise to provide better illumination at night. There is an additional mesh panel that is also positioned towards the side profile as well which adds a rugged look to the motorcycle.
The stock side turn indicators are replaced with aftermarket blinkers that are usually positioned on the handlebar ends. Besides these changes made to the front fascia and side panels, the custom Himalayan retains the stock fuel tank but there is an additional panel that is positioned below the fuel tank. The fuel tank also features a Wrench Kings logo.
The motorcycle also has been fitted with a pair of auxiliary lamps positioned on the crash bar next to the tank. The custom Himalayan still retains the same instrument cluster but gets an additional touchscreen GPS navigation system which has been positioned on top of the instrument cluster.
To add some premium appeal to the motorcycle the Himalayan also gets a tan-brown and ribbed seat cover wrapped around the split seats. The rear profile features an aftermarket taillamp positioned just behind the seat. The taillamp too has been covered with a mesh cover. To give a clear appearance to the rear section the custom motorcycle also features a pair of aftermarket LED blinkers.
The Himalayan also gets an aftermarket exhaust outlet positioned towards the left side of the motorcycle. The right side, on the other hand, gets a pair of jerry cans to carry extra fuel. Lastly, to protect the engine from any external damage the motorcycle gets a bash plate that also has been custom painted to match the overall colour of the motorcycle.
Additionally, a tool bag has also been attached to the front forks of the motorcycle as well. There are no mentions anywhere about the change made to the engine though and thus we can assume that the custom Royal Enfield Himalayan is powered by the same 411 cc air-cooled, SOHC, single-cylinder engine. This unit paired with a 5-speed gearbox produces about 24.5 bhp of peak power at 6,500 rpm and 32 Nm of torque at 4,250 rpm.