The next generation Royal Enfield Classic has been spied, revealing its instrument cluster and switchgear.
Royal Enfield is going to launch the next generation Classic in 2020 and it will be BS6 compliant while also getting a host of other changes. It will also come with a new semi-digital instrument cluster with a digital display that’ll show the odometer, trip meter and fuel level.
The silver unit gets an orange needle with back illumination while the speed markings get a yellow outline. The switchgear on the LHS gets a rotary knob for dimming/brightening the headlamp and for the headlamp pass function. Along with this, there are indicator and horn buttons too.
The RHS switchgear comes with a red rolling controller in place of the standard engine kill switch. The bike is also likely to get other changes like a repositioned brake lever, new footpegs, reworked exhaust, etc. The bike will also get a new BS6 compliant engine and while tech specs aren’t known at the moment, we expect it to be a 375cc unit with a 6-speed transmission.
Next Gen RE Classic
– New Classic might get a slightly higher capacity engine
– Gets new switchgear and an updated instrument cluster
– Will comply with BS6 norms
Source – GaadiWaadi.com