- Royal Enfield Himalayan India launch tomorrow
- Spy images reveal a few details
- Could cost around Rs 7,000 over the current price
To begin with, the new Royal Enfield Himalayan will come with the same Tripper navigation system that is featured on the Meteor 350. And this Bluetooth-enabled system is fitted beside the instrument cluster which looks similar to the outgoing model’s semi-digital unit.
Furthermore, it also gets a differently designed tank guard that also acts as a jerry can holder. The redesigned unit is slightly angled forward as compared to the previous model to allow for more knee support while standing up. Adding to the list of updates, the 2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan is also likely to get up to five new colour options.
Apart from these changes, it is likely to remain the same and will continue to use a 411cc engine, a 21-17-inch spoke wheel combo and switchable ABS. And thanks to the updates, we can expect the new Royal Enfield Himalayan to demand a premium of around Rs 7,000 over the existing model that is priced between Rs 1.92 lakh-1.96 lakh (ex-showroom).