Royal Enfield is expected to reveal a new Bullet 350 on September 1 following a teaser image published to its social media outlets this week.
INFO MOTO understands that the Bullet 350 will join its platform-sharing Classic, Meteor and Hunter siblings in global line-ups, while an Australian release is currently being considered by its local distributor Urban Moto Imports.
The 2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will likely be built on the brand’s J-Series platform which also underpins the Hunter 350, Classic 350 and Meteor 350 with a 15kW/27Nm 349cc single-cylinder engine. All current Royal Enfield models are LAMS approved.
Distinguishing the bike will likely be familiar ‘Bullet’ design cues like a large one-piece seat with a raised pillion cushion, mid-mounted controls and upright ergonomics.
More to come.
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