Two variants of the 2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 have been spied recently
The 2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spied yet again, but this time around, the motorcycle is in production form, devoid of camouflage.
Expected to be soon put on sale in the market, the new generation Classic 350, it would seem, will be offered in multiple variants.
The first motorcycle with the blueish grey-coloured fuel tank and blacked rims comes with seats for both the rider and passenger.
It has a single disc brake upfront and a drum setup at the rear, a grab handle for the pillion rider and this particular model has very few stickers too.
On the other hand, the motorcycle painted in dark green has a different set of decals and even pinstriping on the mudguards.
This model has a single seat, knee pads on the tank, regular wire-spoked wheels and twin disc brakes. Also, an image of its instrument cluster has been snapped too.
As seen before, the cluster comprises an analogue clock with a small digital display and key slot to its left. However, the Tripper navigation assist module is noticeable by its absence, indicating that it might not be offered as standard.
The overall design of the bike is familiar and yet refreshed well enough for it to be sold successfully for many years to come.
One thing is for sure, the recently spied 2022 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will not be short on bling. The engine casings, exhaust, handlebar, levers, side stand and even the bar ends have been given a ‘look at me’ finish.
Powering the bike will be a 349cc, single cylinder motor that should put out 20.2 BHP and 27 torques. It will come paired with a 5-speed gearbox.