Royal Enfield has added nine new colours to their existing product line-up. The nine colours include four new paint schemes for the retro Classic, three for the Bullet and one colour each for its Thunderbird cruiser and the Continental GT café racer.
The Classic 500 gets a new 'Chrome Green' and 'Classic Chrome Grey', while the 350 comes in Mint and Chestnut. Speaking about the new colour options, Rudratej Singh, President Royal Enfield said, “ The new colours of the Classic have been carefully chosen to bring alive the authenticity of the Classic’s post-war design. The Classic is a well-loved motorcycle and every iteration of it has been eagerly anticipated. We had to be very careful with the colours as just any old shade of green or chestnut wouldn’t have been good. So we chose a veryvintage-ymint green and similarly the chestnut with an old patina”. The Classic Chrome will be available at a price of Rs. 1,92,063.
A ‘GT Green’ has been introduced for the Continental GT café racer. The GT Green will be available at Rs. 2, 16,246, like the GT Red, GT Yellow and GT Black variants.
The oldest motorcycle in continuous production, the Bullet 500 now offers the option of 'Marsh Grey'. This uniquepaint-schemecomes with copper-coloured Madras pinstripes. The Bullet 350 Electra gets maroon and blue, in addition to the regular silver, red and black. The Bullet 500 is priced at
Rs 1,69,688 and Bullet 350 is available for Rs. 1,32,788.
A new 'Asphalt' variant has been introduced on both the Thunderbird 350 and 500 cruiser bikes. Royal Enfield says that the new colour has been inspired by the long, winding highways. The Thunderbird 350 costs Rs. 1, 53,598 and the Thunderbird 500 Rs 1, 95,498.
Bookings for the motorcycles in the new colour schemes are open, and the models come at the same price as its corresponding models.