Royal Enfield Trademarks Scram Moniker For Upcoming Model
Could the new scrambler product from the middleweight segment leader be based on the 650cc platform?
A trademark application from Royal Enfield filed for the title “Scram” has been uncovered by MotorBeam and it looks like the bike manufacturer has plans to launch a scrambler model in the future.
Royal Enfield, without a doubt, has its hands full at the moment, for it is working on multiple products including a 350cc roadster, expected to be called the Hunter, and 2 650cc cruiser models.
Now, as it would seem, another model has been added to the pipeline, which is the Scram. However, it is not known whether it would be a 350cc bike or a 650cc motorcycle.
Judging by the way the brand has been working for the past few years, the Royal Enfield Scram trademark could be used for a bike based on its much loved 650cc platform.
Launching such a model by making use of the potent parallel twin engine would bode well for Enfield not only in India, but in overseas markets, where scrambler motorcycles have a huge following.
But, there is a possibility that the brand could launch a 350cc scrambler model as well, especially when 1 considers reports that state the Honda H’ness CB350 scrambler is in the making.
Whatever might be the case, if engineered well, the Royal Enfield Scram could turn out to be a sales success like the Meteor 350 and 650 twins.