The 450cc lineup and 650cc ADV being developed by Royal Enfield

Chennai: The 450 cc engine will power a range of motorcycles developed by Chennai-based Royal Enfield. In the coming years, buyers can expect to see the Himalayan 450, its fully equipped rally version, a scrambler, a roadster and a cafe racer.

Also in development is an adventure motorcycle that will use the firm's 648cc parallel-twin engine.

One of the top two-wheeler manufacturers in India, Royal Enfield offers a huge selection of cruisers, roadsters and ADVs.

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To capture a bigger market share, the Chennai-based company is now looking to expand into the 450cc and 650cc categories.
The release of new models will inevitably lead to a significant increase in sales.

A digital instrument panel, traction control, switchable ABS, inverted front forks and adjustable suspension are likely to be features of the Himalayan 450 ADV. Its engine should be equipped with DOHC.

The rally version will feature a flat seat, spoke aluminum rims, adjustable suspension and significant ground clearance.
The Himalayan 450 could make its debut as early as 2023, and rally a few years later.

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Hunter 450, the roadster is also getting ready. In terms of styling, it will be similar to the Hunter 350 but with more power.
It will be the cheapest 450cc model and will be available for sale by the end of 2023.

Based on the same 450cc engine platform, Royal Enfield will also introduce a compact, road-focused scrambler. There is currently no Scrambler in the brand's portfolio.

The last model in the 450cc range will be a cafe racer. It should appear as the Hunter 450 variant with minor fairings. The features and specifications of both the bikes should be similar.

A tall windscreen, raised handlebar, scooped-out saddle for the rider only, an upswept exhaust, a rear luggage rack, and an engine sump guard will all be features of the upcoming Royal Enfield ADV.

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The motorcycle should weigh over 200 kg and have higher ground clearance than the Interceptor and Continental GT 650.
It will get support from wire-spoke wheels shod with off-road-oriented tyres.

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