2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Launch
Royal Enfield’s latest teaser

2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 launch might take place on 5th August, thanks to hints from a new teaser

The next generation 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 launch might take place as early as tomorrow itself as the company’s new teaser hints the same.

Royal Enfield is currently running a teaser campaign for the upcoming Hunter 350 series which will be launched on 7th August. In 1 of the teasers, we caught a glimpse of a poster which has the picture of Siddhartha Lal with a tagline ‘Bullet Meri Jaan’ and tomorrow’s date.

So, there are high chances for the company to launch the next generation Bullet tomorrow as the production ready test mules have been spotted undisguised multiple times of late. We call it a generation change as the new bike has nothing in common with the outgoing model.

2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350
The bike sports a new thicker seat

The upcoming Bullet 350 is built on the same platform as the all-new Classic 350 and gets the new J series engine. It misses out on the kick starter for the first time in its nearly decades old history.

The front half of the bike is exactly same as the Classic 350 and people won’t be able to find a difference at least when looked from the front. The front forks, indicators, headlight, handlebar, mudguard, and disc brake are a direct lift from the Classic.

But, the combination of chrome engine crank case with matte black exhaust and tank looks quite new and not seen on the Classic. At the rear, the mudguard is a little shorter like the outgoing Bullet and ends within the number plate.

2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Front
The front forks and mudguard get a gloss black treatment

The swing arm and suspension are, again, a direct lift from the Classic. Though the upcoming Bullet is miles ahead in technology, the charm of the outgoing model has gone.

The existing Bullet is not only larger with huge dimensions but also has some nice design elements like the ribbed step-up seat, large handlebar, poked out tail light, and a lot of chrome.

To start off, the new bike even lacks chrome rims. The kind of character and the proud feeling the existing model offers customers is not to be seen on the new model which looks like a toned down version of the Classic.

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