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Royal Enfield Decks The Himalayan In Two New Shades


Glacial Blue and Dune Brown paint schemes are now added to the six existing options

Royal Enfield Himalayan Gets Two New Colours - Glacial Blue And Dune Brown

If there’s any manufacturer who knows how to glam up their products with new paint schemes, it is Royal Enfield. From the snazzy Chrome colour option on the Continental GT650 to the iconic Desert Storm livery on the Classic 500, the Chennai-based manufacturer definitely knows how to visually elevate their bikes.

Living up to this reputation, Royal Enfield has introduced two new paint options on their off-road focussed ADV, the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Called Glacial Blue and Dune Brown, these colours have been inspired by the extreme yet picturesque elements of nature that the Himalayan is designed to tackle.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Gets Two New Colours - Glacial Blue And Dune Brown

The Dune Brown paint scheme is reminiscent of the Desert Storm colour that the Royal Enfield Classic 500 used to get. However, unlike the Desert Storm’s monotone finish, the Dune Brown paint scheme features an irregular camouflage pattern that is very similar to the current Pine Green option on the Himalayan. The front beak, fuel tank and side body panels showcase this pattern.

The Glacial Blue paint scheme on the other hand is a single colour offering void of any patterns. This colour is similar to the Lagoon Blue shade that was available for the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Classic 500. The front beak, fuel tank and side body panels are draped in this colour scheme.

Royal Enfield Himalayan Gets Two New Colours - Glacial Blue And Dune Brown

The Himalayan currently gets six colour options, and the new options spruce up the list. RE hasn’t revealed the prices of the new colour variants; however, the Glacial Blue is likely to carry a price tag of Rs 2,14,519 (same as the Gravel Grey colour), whereas the Dune Brown might be priced at Rs 2,22,159 (same as the Pine Green colour scheme).

Mechanically, the bike remains unchanged and continues to be powered by the same 411cc engine that produces 24.3PS and 32Nm. It rivals the KTM 390 Adventure, Yezdi Adventure, Suzuki V-Strom SX and the BMW G 310 GS.

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