The Himalayan is also likely to get a few more upgrades.
Royal Enfield is likely to launch the 2021 Himalayan in three new colours -- Mirage Silver, Pine Green, and a revised shade of the existing Granite Black. Apart from the three new paint schemes, the Himalayan will continue with the already existing Lake Blue, Gravel Grey, and the Rock Red colours.
Moreover, Royal Enfield also seems to be working on the comfort aspect of the Himalayan. The bike is reported to get a brown, densely foamed seat, taller wind-screen, tweaked tank-mounted rack, and a strengthened tail rack. Earlier this month, the Himlayan was spotted with an additional Tripper navigation system. It’s the same turn-by-turn navigation system used on the Meteor 350. Interested in the Meteor 350? Read our review here.
Courtesy of the new colours and the Tripper Navigation system, we expect a price hike of around Rs 5,000 for the updated Royal Enfield Himalayan. However, the bike is likely to see no mechanical changes. In the coming months, we expect the brand to launch the Royal Enfield Hunter 350, 2021 Classic 350, and the flagship Roadster 650 cruiser bike that was recently spotted.