2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 Instrument Cluster Lights Up In New Video
The 350cc motorcycle comes with a semi-digital instrument cluster and Tripper navigation assist.
The instrument cluster of the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spied once again, but this time, we see the console come to life.
Housing an analogue speedometer and 2 digital screens – 1 for the odometer and other telltale signs and the other for the Tripper navigation assist function – the instrument cluster is an evolution of the current Classic 350’s gauge layout.
Riders, by way of the small digital screen, would be able to see the fuel level, set the trip meters, while ‘Eco’ is also seen flashing on the screen. It seems that ‘Eco’ is now the default mode, while nothing is known about other modes that the bike may feature.
As can be seen from the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 instrument cluster spied images, the Tripper navigation assist that was first introduced by the brand with the Meteor 350, which then found its way to the Himalayan has been included in the Classic as well.
When it comes to the design of the bike, considering the fact that it has been spied undisguised quite a few times, it is clear that Royal Enfield did not want to take too many risks.
The design template follows that of the current-generation Classic 350’s styling, but is updated and should prove to be to the liking of the bikemaker’s customers.
What’s more, the motorcycle is likely to be offered with both wire-spoked and alloy wheels and expect Enfield to have an array of colourful paint shades on offer.
Powering the motorcycle will be a 349cc engine that is good for 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm of torque which will come mated to a 5-speed transmission.
Expect Royal Enfield to unveil the motorcycle soon and when it gets launched, the bike will be positioned below the Meteor 350 and is likely to cost about Rs. 1.70 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Source – Sagar Patel on YouTube