Royal Enfield's All-New Himalayan Launched: Check price, features and booking details
The launch comes with an enticing pricing strategy, offering an introductory price of Rs 2,69,000 in India until December 31, 2023, and a starting price of £5,750 in the UK and €5900 across Europe.
Recently, in a grand unveiling at Motoverse 2023, Royal Enfield launched its latest adventure tourer, the all-new Himalayan. This eagerly awaited motorcycle, first showcased at EICMA 2023, is now open for bookings in India and is set to hit European markets in March 2024. The launch comes with an enticing pricing strategy, offering an introductory price of Rs 2,69,000 in India until December 31, 2023, and a starting price of £5,750 in the UK and €5900 across Europe.
Features and Performance
The all-new Himalayan promises an unparalleled adventure riding experience, embodying the equilibrium between man, machine, and terrain. With a new 452cc Sherpa engine, Royal Enfield introduces its first-ever liquid-cooled engine, providing improved power and torque. The motorcycle features a new six-speed gearbox, ride-by-wire technology, and the innovative TripperDash. Over 30 genuine motorcycle accessories are also available, catering to the diverse needs of adventure enthusiasts.
Designed to excel on twisty mountain roads and challenging off-road trails, Himalayan offers riders the power to conquer peaks and the flexibility to navigate diverse landscapes. Royal Enfield aims to bring about a significant paradigm shift in the adventure touring space, elevating the aspirations of the growing motorcycle community worldwide.
Variants and Colours
The all-new Himalayan boasts a robust lineup featuring three distinct variants: Base, Pass, and Summit. Additionally, the motorcycle is presented in a visually striking palette of five colours inspired by the elements of the Himalayas: Kaza Brown for the base variant, Poppy Blue and Himalayan Salt for Pass (the mid variant), and Hanle Black and Kamet White for Summit (the top variant).
CEO's Vision for Himalayan
Speaking at the launch, Royal Enfield CEO B Govindarajan expressed the brand's immersion in the riding experiences of their community. He emphasised the genuine rider needs that have shaped the new Himalayan, making it a purpose-built, globally recognised motorcycle that sets new standards in the adventure touring category.
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