Chennai-based motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield is preparing to unveil the much-awaited 2023 Bullet 350 model. The company has officially announced that the launch event of the latest version of this iconic motorcycle will take place on September 1. While initial teasers were released, now a leaked video has surfaced online, which offers and shows an unobstructed view of the 2023 Royal Enfield. Classic. Its updated design features.
The leaked video of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 has been shared on YouTube channel Minute Jagmohan. The video starts with the introduction of the upcoming 2023 Bullet 350, which is set to make its official debut on the mentioned date. The presenter suggests that other motorcycles within the Bullet lineup may also be unveiled at the launch event, including the Bullet 500, Bullet Electra and the Bullet Sixty-Five (a reference to the 650 cc version). Additionally, there is also speculation about the introduction of an electric version called e-Bullet.
The video then details the different trim levels for the all-new Royal Enfield Bullet 350. These variants are classified as base, mid and top variants. The base variant is equipped with a single disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear along with a single-channel ABS system. The mid-range variant includes dual-channel ABS and dual disc brakes as well as advanced chrome engine components for better aesthetics. The top version has a distinctive blacked-out appearance, with a matte black paint scheme and matte black finishing on the engine components and block. This variant is equipped with dual disc brakes and dual-channel ABS.
Regarding its powertrain, the 2023 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 will retain the brand's J-series engine, which is designed to reduce vibrations and provide a smooth riding experience. It is shown in the video that this engine will generate maximum power of about 19.1 bhp and torque of 28 Nm. The motorcycle will have telescopic fork suspension at the front and dual shock absorber setup at the rear, along with 19-inch spoke wheels at both the front and rear. The design of the bike will be completed with a single-piece seat.