Royal Enfield Classic is one of the most popular motorcycles around. The bike has been a preferred choice of mobility for people of all age groups for a very long time. From youngsters to elders, the two-wheeler has charmed them all. We are well aware of the fact that the company is working on the next-generation Classic and it has been spied testing on numerous occasions in the past. Now, fresh spy images of the 2020 Royal Enfield Classic have surfaced online.
The current-generation Royal Enfield Classic is available with two engine options. There is a 499 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, twinspark engine delivering 27.2 bhp and 41.3 Nm of torque. Also, you have a 346 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 4-stroke, twinspark engine producing 19.8 bhp and 28 Nm of torque. Both the engines are offered with a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox.
While we are expecting the 2020 Royal Enfield Classic to have both the engine options, nothing is concrete yet. There might be certain changes in tuning. But the motors will comply with the upcoming BSVI (BS6) emission norms. The two-wheeler will get a new exhaust system as well. Besides, the current single downtube chassis has been replaced by double-cradle setup.
It is very well known that the new-generation Royal Enfield Classic will have several new features. There is a disc each at the front and rear. However, the position of discs has changed from left to right. We are expecting the 2020 Classic to have dual-channel ABS as well. There is also a fresh taillight setup. The bike might not have a kick start. The footrests and rear brake lever have been redesigned.
The new spy images, posted by GaadiWaadi.com, give us a glimpse of the changes that we will see in the next-generation Royal Enfield Classic. The motorcycle will have an analogue instrument cluster with speed displayed in kph and mph. There is a new digital panel below the speedometer and it might display the information related to odo, trip and fuel quantity. The left side of the handlebar will have a rotary dial for low and high beam. The erstwhile engine kill switch on the right side of the handlebar has been replaced by a light red-coloured rotary dial.