The new images reveal that the 2021 Royal Enfield Classic 350 will have a variant without Tripper navigation.
We’ve seen multiple spy shots of the upcoming 2021 Classic 350, but the latest ones show us the motorcycle in a completely ready form.
New Classic will also have a variant without Tripper navigation
New colours and graphics for 2021
Will use the updated engine from the Meteor 350
It’s only been around two months since we saw the heavily-updated Classic 350 in what appeared to be near production-ready form. While those images did give us a good idea of what to expect, the latest ones reveal a few more details.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic: updated graphics
Firstly, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 won’t only feature new colour schemes, but also use updated graphics. The green motorcycle in the pictures sports a swooping gold decal on the tank, which ties in with the old-school styling of this bike rather well. The bike in the image also appears to be fitted with a headlight cap and a brown seat. The brown seat could be an accessory like the headlight fitting, or it could be on offer with select colour schemes.The upcoming bike will also be available with the Signals colour scheme like the current-gen model.
2021 Royal Enfield Classic: Tripper navigation details
The last set of images revealed that the Classic will also share the Meteor's stylish retro switchgear, and get a Tripper navigation pod neatly integrated into the overall headlight binnacle. However, the bike in the latest images has a blank plate over that pod with a Royal Enfield logo. This leads us to believe that there will also be a variant of the upcoming motorcycle without Tripper navigation to keep costs down.