Royal Enfield has an array of new products in the pipeline for the Indian market this year, including some new 650 cc and 350 cc motorcycles. Along with these, the Indian two-wheeler maker will also launch a new motorcycle based on the Himalayan. Christened Scram 411, it will be a road-biased sibling of the Himalayan with a scrambler-inspired design and capabilities, as denoted by the name of the motorcycle. A scrambler bike based on the RE Himalayan is only logical, considering that the latter is a hardcore offroader and its sibling should carry forward that robust character. We had previously reported that Royal Enfield Scram 411 will be launched in India this month. But, now, we know that the Indian two-wheeler maker will reveal Scram 411’s price in India on 15 March, 2022.
Royal Enfield has been putting the Scram 411 test mules through their paces for a while in India, which means we have plenty of information about the bike already. For example, the test mules have revealed that the Scram 411 will have a round headlamp sans the windscreen while the fuel tank will miss out on the protectors. The bike, however, will have bellows for the forks, wire-spoke rims, dual-purpose tyres, and metal bash plate. The Scram 411 is also expected to have knuckle guards and a minimalist rear grab rail.
RE Scram 411, in all likelihood, will be propelled by Himalayan’s 411 cc single-cylinder engine that is capable of developing 24 bhp and 32 Nm of peak torque. This powerplant will be offered in combination with a five-speed gearbox. And as for features, the upcoming 411 cc Royal Enfield motorcycle will come equipped with provisions such as a semi-digital instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, and Tripper system for turn-by-turn navigation.