The entry-level ADV was showcased in three new Colourways shades
- The Himalayan will get 3 colours: Rock Red, Lake Blue and Gravel Grey.
- While the Rock Red and Lake Blue are two-tone shades, the Gravel Grey has a satin finish.
- The new colours are expected to be launched in India soon.
Unlike last year, Royal Enfield did not have any new products or launches at its pavilion at this years EICMA. Instead, there was a variety of customised Interceptor and Continental GT 650’s beside the current line up consisting of Bullets, Classics and the Himalayan.
They did unveil the Himalayan in new colours: Rock Red, Lake Blue and Gravel Grey. These are a stark contrast to the current flat black, white and camouflage paint job. Interestingly, the Himalayan has a functional design with very less flat surfaces so Royal Enfield has left most of it black and rather concentrated on painting just the fuel tank and front and rear mudguards in bright colours. The result is striking especially with the bright gloss colours since the stark contrast is quite evident.
The Rock Red and Lake Blue colour models get a two-tone paint job on the fuel tank. Of the two, the Rock Red Himalayan stood out in particular as its fairing frame and rear rack is painted in a bright red. The third Gravel Grey paint job manages to stand out from the two thanks to its satin paint finish.
Royal Enfield will launch the Himalayan with the new colours in India soon. The lineup could be called the Himalayan Colourways edition similar to the Classic 350 Redditch Colourways range. Stay tuned for more info.
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