- Road-focused Scram 411 spotted
- Borrows major components from Himalayan
- Is likely to be launched by end of 2021
A couple of months after we broke the news about the Royal Enfield Scram 411, the Himalayan-based motorcycle has been spotted testing once again.
Now, the Royal Enfield Scram 411 borrows most of its components from its adventure-touring sibling. However, it does get a few adjustments. The biggest change is the 19-17-inch wheel combination, unlike the Himalayan’s 21-17-inch wheels. While the secondary fender is missing, the Scram 411 also does away with the tall windscreen, jerry can holder, spilt-seats, and a luggage rack. Instead, it features a headlamp cowl, tank shrouds, and a single-piece seat. Even the instrument cluster is somewhat similar to the Meteor 350.
Underneath this rebranded name and tweaked bodywork, the Royal Enfield Scram is expected to come with the 411cc, air-cooled engine with the same tune. It is likely to produce 24.3bhp and 32Nm of torque. That said, we can expect Royal Enfield to launch the motorcycle by the end of 2021 with a price tag around Rs 10,000-15,000 lesser than the Himalayan which costs Rs 2.06 lakh, ex-showroom.