Royal Enfield is expected to introduce the Classic 350 Special Edition on August 28th, inspired by Indian forces with potentially new features.
Chennai-based bicycle maker Royal Enfield will present something special on August 28, 2018, according to an invitation from the company. Although the company has revealed little about the launch, it is expected that the manufacturer will launch a special edition Classic 350 tomorrow. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 Special Edition is expected to be inspired by the Indian forces and will bring a chapter in the history of the motorcycle manufacturer. Earlier this year, Royal Enfield introduced the Classic 500 Pegasus Edition to celebrate the association with the British Army during the Second World War, and you expect a similar insight into the legacy of the brand with the upcoming special edition.
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Although Royal Enfield has not revealed any details about the special edition model, it is expected that the Classic 350 special edition will receive new army-inspired brown and blue colors, inspired by the Indian army of signals. The Indian armed forces division overseas military communications. The special edition probably carries a stencilled serial number on the fuel tank, similar to what we saw on the Pegasus and the emblem of the Indian army corps.
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Rumors also suggest that the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Special Edition could also be equipped with ABS. The safety function has long been on the motorcycle and will be a great welcome.
Apart from ABS, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 special edition will continue to use the same 346 cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine producing 19 hp at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm peak torque available at 4000 rpm. The engine is coupled to a transmission with 5 gears.
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The suspension tasks are handled with 35 mm front telescopic forks and double gas filled rear shock absorbers. The braking performance comes from a single 280 mm drive at the front, while the rear is probably supplied with the 240 mm disc.
Expect the Royal Enfield Classic 350 Special Edition for a significant premium over the standard model sold at ₹ 1.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The model of the special edition is expected to be priced with a premium of around € 20,000.
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