Royal Enfield Scram 411 Clay Model
Scramblers will suit our road conditions rather well

The Royal Enfield Scram 411 should have the same power output as the Himalayan

An image of the clay model of the Royal Enfield Scram 411 that is currently under development, has been leaked.

The motorcycle is based on the Himalayan and Royal Enfield was recently caught road-testing it. Thanks to which the existence of the new model came to light.

Immediately after the images of the test mule were shared online, a picture of the bike’s clay model has also made its way onto the internet.

The Royal Enfield Scram 411 clay model shows the styling of the vehicle in full. It does not get a flyscreen and instead has a small fairing-like element surrounding the headlight.

There is no high fender either, while the size of the front rim has been reduced from 21 inches to what looks like 19 inches.

Other new parts that are present on the Scram 411 include fuel tank extensions, mildly restyled side panels, seat, passenger grab bar and fenders.

2021 Royal Enfield Himalayan Pine Green
The Himalayan platform could also spawn a 650cc model in the near future

No changes seem to have been made to the chassis, while the Himalayan’s 411cc engine (24.3 BHP and 32 Nm), 5-speed gearbox and exhaust system seem to have been carried over as well.

But, being a more road-focused model than Royal Enfield’s only adventure motorcycle on sale, the Scram 411 should get reworked suspension to make it suited to the tarmac, while still being able to cope with mild off-roading.

As for the equipment, the Scram 411 should feature the same instrument cluster, Tripper navigation assist and dual channel ABS.

The premium bike manufacturer might launch the motorcycle sometime this year or early next year.