Royal Enfield Meteor Scale Model Leaked Images Reveal Finished Product
The scale models will be sold as official merchandise after the entry-level cruiser gets launched.
Official scale model images of the Royal Enfield Meteor have leaked online, revealing how the production-spec bike would look like.
We can say that with confidence since the scale models of the Meteor 350 are set to be launched as official merchandise along with the bike that is expected to go on sale later this month.
The latest images provide us a clear view of how the final production model will take shape and, although the design is not entirely new, it is an appealing bike.
The different sized alloy wheels, tear-drop shaped tank, low set rider’s seating position, forward-set footpegs and wide handlebars, all are present and correct as seen on the spied test mules so far.
Since the brochure of the motorcycle has already been leaked, even the variants (three in total) and colour options (seven shades in all) the bike will be offered with are known to us.
Royal Enfield has worked well to keep the Meteor up to date, what with a new platform, a new 350cc engine with overhead camshaft setup, semi-digital dual pod instrument cluster and inbuilt wayfinding unit named “Tripper Navigation”, among various other changes.
As mentioned earlier, the bike will be launched later this month and those who like a bit of heritage can also purchase the Royal Enfield Meteor scale model along with the real bike. Aficionados and collectors might pay big money to obtain one in the future, who knows!