Royal Enfield Scram 411’s almost production-ready model was spotted last month and now again it has been spotted, but this time as a production model ready to hit the roads. This model was sighted in Goa during the TVC shoot and hints at its imminent launch. This is the road-oriented version of the Himalayan ADV and it visually looks lighter in comparison to the ADV version.
Furthermore, compared with the ADV, the Scram 411 gets a smaller front wheel (19-inch instead of 21-inch on the present model), a metal oil-cooler shroud, and a relocated headlamp with different panels and handguards. While the new Scram 411 misses a high-set front fender and flyscreen and also lacks the front jerry can mount on the sides and rear luggage mounts, it does feature new fuel-tank extensions. It also has a simple grab rail and a new mudguard at the rear.
Speaking of more features, the forthcoming Scram 411 is likely to have a new instrument cluster that seems to be derived from the Meteor 350. According to the sources, the new Scram is 5 kg lighter than the Himalayan Adventure motorcycle owing to the changes made to it. It is also supposed to offer better handling and riding with the replacement of the bulky and smaller front wheel. while the other components, like the split-style seat, upswept exhaust, and switchable ABS, are retained.
Looking at the colour scheme of the tank extension and mudguards, we get the idea that Royal Enfield has offered the Scram in a dual-tone paint scheme. However, there are no changes expected in the suspension setup and the bike is likely to be powered by the same 411cc, SOHC, air-cooled engine that is being used on the existing model and generates 24.3 bhp and 32 Nm of max torque. This engine is coupled to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.