A few days ahead of the launch, the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 brochure has been leaked online. This has revealed information about the bike. Unlike the current model, the new Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will be based on the J-series engine and platform.
The word Bullet evokes nostalgia in most Indian automotive enthusiasts. It belongs to a timeless icon of Royal Enfield motorcycles. For 2023, Royal Enfield is preparing to launch the new Bullet 350 with advanced equipment. Ahead of the launch, the Bullet 350 brochure leaked online, revealing all the details.
2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 – New Luxury
From day one the new Bullet 350 will remain similar to the previous generation with minor changes. Take the round headlight, big and wide fuel tank, and scooped single-piece seat. Meanwhile, the tank seems to have lost grip, and the front fender looks bigger. The brochure reveals that Royal Enfield has also used a twin downtube frame, an updated exhaust design, and an ergonomically revised handlebar.
The latest J-series chassis has been recently unveiled in the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 brochure. This aligns the Bullet 350 with other contemporary 350 models such as the Classic and Meteor range. It will be more durable, reliable, and stable at high speed. The new J-Series LS (Long Stroke) engine is 349cc.
The upcoming RE Bullet 350 will feature telescopic front forks and dual rear shocks. At the same time, braking hardware will vary depending on the variant. Royal Enfield will offer the top and mid-spec models with front and rear disc brakes and dual-channel ABS. Meanwhile, the base model will feature a single-channel setup with a front disc and rear drum. It will run on spoke wheels wrapped in road-biased tyres.
Royal Enfield will also introduce accessories for the new Bullet 350. The brochure reveals that it may get a rear luggage rack, new seats, footpegs, sump guard, turn indicators, engine crash guard, panniers, and more.
But in the modern era, the design is still clearly Bullet-like, an LCD screen on a Bullet! What a brave new world. The switchgear is another improvement over the current Bullet 350. It now has a USB charging port and an oval master cylinder. The headlights get twin position lamps, a new tail light, and a turn indicator design that looks retro and fits into the Royal Enfield portfolio.