A range of RE touring accessories is expected to be offered with the motorcycle.
The off-road version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan has been spied again, by a Motoroids reader - Esho Vardhan. The spyshots reveal that the model could get a topcase mount as a standard fitment. The earlier spyshots have shown the motorcycle featuring pannier mounts but not a topcase provision. These photos show the Himalayan with the latter but not the former.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan is expected to be introduced in two models - a city version and an off-road variant. The city model will feature a regular sized fork and a conventional front mudguard, while the adventure version will get a heightened fork, a high-mounted front mudflap, a fuel tank guard, a sizable windshield, and one or more luggage mounts at the rear.
Both versions will be powered by the same engine, which is expected to be an all-new 410 cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine with an oil-cooler, which could produce around 28 PS and 32 Nm. The gearbox is expected to be a 5-speed unit.