Royal Enfield has a range of new models planned for the Indian market. Hunter, Shotgun, Roadster, Sherpa, and Flying Flea are only a few of the nameplates that the bikemaker has registered for its upcoming models. The company recently applied for a trademark for the name ‘Royal Enfield Scram.’ Although no official information is available, it is expected to be used for the upcoming Royal Enfield 650cc scrambler. The upcoming RE 650cc Scrambler is expected to share its platform with the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 motorcycles.
Some of its features may be inspired by the 650 twins. The new Royal Enfield Scram 650cc scrambler is expected to feature a retro-styled circular headlamp, as well as increased ground clearance. The bike may be equipped with spoked alloy wheels and dual-purpose tyres. It may feature a low-profile body and an upswept exhaust.
The Royal Enfield Scram 650cc scrambler is expected to get a 648cc air/oil-cooled parallel twin engine derived from the 650cc twins. The motor produces 47bhp at 7,150rpm and 52Nm torque at 5,250rpm. This fuel-injected engine was conceived at RE’s Bruntingthorpe facility in the United Kingdom, and built in collaboration with RE’s Chennai engineers. This engine will be mated to a 6-speed constant mesh transmission and features a new balancer shaft which reduces vibrations.
The upcoming Royal Enfield Scram could be equipped with forks up front and twin shocks at the rear, similar to the 650cc twins. It will be equipped with 320mm front and 240mm rear disc brakes, as well as the dual-channel ABS (anti-lock braking system).
The upcoming 650cc scrambler is likely to be less expensive than the RE Interceptor and Continental GT 650. The Interceptor 650 is currently available in three trim levels, ranging from Rs 2.56 lakh to Rs 2.88 lakh, and the Continental GT Standard is priced between Rs 2.75 lakh and Rs 2.97 lakh. All prices are (ex-showroom), Karnataka.
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