The Royal Enfield Scram has been spotted yet again, and this time, offers a clearer view of the instrument console and other bits. Read about it in our main story.
Royal Enfield has been working on a more affordable variant of the Himalayan. The bikemaker has already trademarked the name Scram, and like the name suggests, will be a Scrambler. So, the Scram will skip on the jerry can holders, and even the windscreen. Royal Enfield is also likely to use a simpler instrument console, mostly from the Meteor 350 along with optional Tripper navigation pod.
The Royal Enfield Scram will share most of its underpinnings with its ADV sibling, except for the front wheel. Instead of the 21-inch unit on the Himalayan, the Scram will use a 19-inch unit. It is expected to retain the Himalayan’s 411cc, single cylinder engine producing 24.31PS and 32Nm.
Royal Enfield could launch the Scram in late 2021 or early 2021 and could price it Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 cheaper than the Himalayan.