Royal Enfield is working on bringing the BS6 version of it’s bullet motorcycle. Just three months is left for BS6 emission norms to be implemented, it is expected that the company will start launching BS6 norms bikes very soon. Along with this, Royal Enfield is also planning to bring some new model named Sherpa and Hunter.
As per sources Royal Enfield has recently trademarked the names Sherpa and Hunter. After trademarking the name, it is believed that the company is going to bring two new bikes named Sherpa and Hunter. Both these bikes will be the entry-level models in Royal Enfield’s lineup.
Royal Enfield new model Sherpa and Hunter
Royal Enfield already launched the bike named Sherpa in the mid-1960s. It was a 175cc motorcycle. However, it was later modified and launched in 1970 under the name Crusader in 175cc and 250cc.
But the name Hunter is brand new, which may be an adventure motorcycle smaller than Himalayan. Apart from these two, the company had also trademarked the names Meteor and Explorer some time ago.
Royal Enfield Hunter/explorer for women
It is expected that Royal Enfield is about to launch a light motorcycle named Explorer or Hunter in the first quarter of 2020. It will be a Roadster Style Bike. It has been given the J1C codename.
It’s seat will be slightly lower and the weight will be less, which will make it easier for women and youth to handle. It will also be the most affordable bike of the company till date.