Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 Leaked

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 design patent leaked ahead of launch

Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 has been spotted multiple times in the last few months. The Bobber version of the Classic 350 is likely to be called the Goan Classic 350 according to the recent trademark filings. It comes with distinct elements to differentiate the two motorcycles.

Recent patent images offer a sneak peek into what this upcoming model might offer. The leaked designs reveal intriguing details that set it apart from the current Classic 350 iteration. One notable feature highlighted in the patent images is the option for a dual-seat setup, a departure from the typical single-seat design associated with Bobber-style motorcycles.

Similar to the Royal Enfield Shotgun 650, riders can attach a removable rear subframe to accommodate a pillion seat, which can also double as a tail rack. Additionally, the inclusion of a split grab rail adds a distinctive touch not found in the current Royal Enfield lineup.

The Bobber 350’s aesthetic appeal is further enhanced by white-walled tyres paired with spoke wheels, contributing to its vintage-inspired look. Complementing its style is the ape-hanger handlebar, offering a taller and potentially more relaxed riding position compared to the flat handlebar found on the Classic 350.

The Goan Classic 350 is expected to retain the 349cc J-series engine utilised in Royal Enfield’s current lineup, including models like the Classic 350, Bullet 350, Hunter 350 and Meteor 350. This powerplant produces 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

In terms of features, the Bobber 350 is likely to come equipped with bulb illumination, an analogue console with an LCD inset, dual-channel ABS and possibly a Tripper-Navigation dial for added convenience. On the suspension and braking front, riders can expect telescopic front forks, dual rear shocks and a front and rear disc brake setup.

Positioned as a more aspirational offering within the 350cc segment, the Royal Enfield Goan Classic 350 is likely to be priced around Rs. 2.30 lakhs (ex-showroom), positioning it above the Meteor 350 in terms of pricing hierarchy.

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