2022 Royal Enfield Hunter 350cc Scrambler New Colors
Royal Enfield has an interesting range of launches – This includes 650cc Cruiser, 350cc Scrambler and many more
Royal Enfield plans to launch 4 new or updated bikes each year for the next 7 years. In the last 12 months they have already launched the new Meteor 350, the updated Himalayas, the updated 650 Twins and the new Classic 350. The next bike waiting to be launched could be the Hunter 350cc scrambler.
This new offer will allow the company to further strengthen its position in the Indian bicycle market, and more particularly in the 350cc segment where it already holds more than 90% of the market. Likely to be dubbed Hunter when it launched next year, the bike is currently undergoing testing.
It is based on the new modular J platform, which it will share with the Meteor 350 and the new Classic 350. Thanks to the latest spy plans, new design elements have emerged. Based on this, car rendering artist Pratyush Rout created digital renderings in 6 different colors.
2022 Royal Enfield Hunter 350cc – Render
The new Royal Enfield Hunter 350cc 2022 looks young and sporty. It is aimed at the new generation of bikers. It will be offered in monotone and two-tone color options. Spy shots of the model under test show its athletic stance with blackened circular headlights and body panels, a unique seat configuration, wide handlebars and blackened multi-spoke alloy rims.
It has well-positioned footrests that offer the rider a tilted forward position. Features also include mirrors, a raised exhaust and a shortened rear segment with a circular taillight.
Much like Meteor, it will also sport a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analog speedometer and rectangular multi-information display unit. It could, however, miss the Tripper Navigation system seen on the new Himalayan and Meteor 350. Suspension and braking will be via a telescopic front fork and twin rear shocks. Braking will be via disc brakes at the front and rear.
The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 is likely to be powered by an air-cooled 349cc single cylinder engine that also powers the Meteor and Classic. This engine produces a power of 20.2 hp and a torque of 27 Nm associated with a 5-speed transmission. The exhaust is tuned to provide a sharper / rougher sound compared to RE’s other 350cc machines.
There is no pricing indication as of yet, but it is likely that the RE Hunter 350 could enter a price bracket that will undermine the Honda CB350 upon arrival. Once launched, the new Hunter 350 will appeal to a younger segment of buyers in the country and will rival the Honda CB350RS and the soon to be launched Yezdi Roadking.