Royal Enfield Scram 411 (New Himalayan Version) Spied Testing Again in India

Royal Enfield Scram 411 (New Himalayan Version) Spied Testing Again in India

Royal Enfield is going to launch a slew of new models in the coming months as part of a massive growth strategy. One of these is a more affordable edition of the Himalayan, which will be a road-biased version of the same. This new bike said to be called the Scram 411, will be a stripped-down version of the adventure bike. This forthcoming model will appeal to riders seeking a road-biased tourer that can occasionally delve into soft-roading instead of just hard-core trail pounding. This bike's test mules have been sighted several times in recent months.

The most recent spy pics are courtesy of automobile enthusiast @this_is_comet. This fresh set of spy photos shows the upcoming Scram 411 in a nearly unmasked form, with no substantial disguise. The photographs show that the majority of Scram 411's design is influenced by the existing Himalayan. However, a few panels featured in the latter have been removed in the road-biased variant, giving it a slimmer appearance. The most noticeable difference is that the Himalayan's characteristic exoskeleton has been replaced with tank shrouds.

In addition, the Scram 411 looks to have smaller 19-inch front wheels as opposed to the adventure tourer's 21-inch ones. However, the wire-spoked wheels on both variants are shod with block patterns and dual-purpose tyres. The rear baggage rack has been replaced by a single-piece grab rail. A reworked headlight mask, updated and relocated front turn indicators, fork gaiters, and altered front and rear mudguards are among the other cosmetic changes.

Moreover, even the instrument cluster resembles that of the Meteor 350. Other features brought over from Himalayan include a split-seating configuration and an upswept exhaust canister. Somewhere under the rebranding name and revised bodywork, the Royal Enfield Scram is believed to retain the 411cc, air-cooled, SOHC engine with the same tune. It is anticipated to produce 24.3bhp and 32Nm of torque.

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