Royal Enfield Scram 411 Spied
The bike manufacturer is working quite a few machines simultaneously

The recently spied Royal Enfield Scram 411 is expected to be launched next year

The upcoming Royal Enfield Scram 411 has been spied road-testing alongside the Shotgun middleweight cruiser, recently.

In addition, 2 more test mules of the same motorcycle have also been spotted without any camouflage and at least 1 of them look very close to the finished article.

Based on the Himalayan adventure motorcycle, Royal Enfield’s sole model that caters to the category, the Scram 411 will be a more road-focused model.

Recently, an image of the clay model of the upcoming motorcycle got leaked onto the internet, revealing the exact design that Enfield has likely finalised for the machine, which can be used as a reference here.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Spied Side
Multiple mules with different configurations have been spotted

As can be seen, the Royal Enfield Scram 411 spied recently has a smaller front wheel, a revised headlight cover (which Enfield has very much tried to conceal) and repositioned indicators.

The Himalayan’s high front fender has been chucked and the front rack and flyscreen have gone too. Instead, there are tank extensions now and, the Himalayan’s instrument cluster has been redesigned too.

Now, there are 2 circular pods like on the Meteor 350, further indicating the Scram 411’s road-biased nature, of which the smaller gauge will be for the Tripper navigation assist.

Furthermore, the Scram 411 comes with restyled front fender and side panels. One test mule has a new single-piece seat, while the other has a split seat affair and it is the latter that looks comfortable.

Royal Enfield Scram 411 Spied Rear
The riding position is upright, which should make it easy to spend long hours on the saddle

Although the tail section of these test mules are pretty much identical to the Himalayan, the pillion grab rail could lose the carrier for a more cleaner looking tail.

Powering the bike will be the same 411cc motor that powers the Himalayan. It should make 24.3 BHP and 32 Nm of torque, while the gearbox will also be the same 5-speed unit.

Expected to be introduced next year, the motorcycle will come with dual channel ABS, just like its adventure sibling, but should cost less.

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