The homegrown retro motorcycle manufacturer, Royal Enfield, has already begun teaser campaign for the Meteor 350. Numerous leaks and spy shots have revealed a significant amount of information earlier and now we have the undisguised images of the Meteor 350.
The Meteor 350 will be available in three variants – Fireball, Stellar and Supernova. Each variant has its own differences in terms of the accessories offered. The Meteor 350 will also be sold in multiple colour options to lure in customers.
All three variants will feature a Bluetooth-enabled GPS system that the company is calling ‘Tripper Navigation’. The top-spec Supernova variant also gets a windscreen and a dual-tone colour scheme. The brochure also confirmed that the Meteor 350 will get a gear position indicator on its digi-analogue instrument cluster.
The Meteor 350 is based on a new J1D platform. It will be powered by a BS6–compliant 350cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm.
Braking is taken care by 300 mm and 270 mm front and rear discs, integrated with dual-channel ABS. Front and rear wheels are 19-inch and 17-inch, respectively, shod with 100/90 and 140/70 tyres, respectively.
Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will work as a replacement for Thunderbird 350 and Thunderbird 350X.