Royal Enfield Himalayan event ends.
The company has no plans of exporting the new Himalayan as of now and the focus is on the domestic market.
Royal Enfield Himalayan will go sale in India in March. The prices will be revealed later.
Along with the Himalayan, Royal Enfield also launches the Himalayan merchandises.
The Himalayan gets luggage carrier on both sides and comes with two pannier bags in the front.
The Himalayan features comprehensive instrument cluster.
The Himalayan gets long-travel suspension, 21 inch wheels and high ground clearance with comfortable seating position.
For the first for Royal Enfield, The Himalayan gets a monoshock.
11.56 am: Royal Enfield presents the highly anticipated adventure motorcycle Himalayan.
The video of the making of Himalayan plays on the screen.
11.45 am: Siddhartha Lal is back to the stage to unveil the new Himalayan.
Singh talks more about the company's expansion plans and entering into the new markets.
11.41 am: RudraTej Singh, president, Royal Enfield takes over the stage from Siddhartha Lal.
11.37 am: Siddhartha Lal, MD and CEO on the stage to talk about the new Himalayan.
The braking duties are taken care of by 300 mm disc in the front and 240 mm disc at the rear. The Himalayan rides on 90/90 21 inch front tyre and 120/90 17 inch rear tyre.
The Himalayan measures 2190 mm in length, 840 mm in width, and 1360 mm in height (fly screen top). It has a wheelbase of 1465 mm and offers a ground clearance of 220 mm. The Himalayan has a kerb weight of 182 kgs and a fuel tank of 15 liters.
11.30 am: Royal Enfield Himalayan launch event begins.
Royal Enfield Himalayan will be powered by a 411 cc oil-cooled, single-cylinder engine that is tuned to dish out 24.5bhp at 6500 rpm and 32Nm torque at 4000-4500 rpm, with 5-speed transmission.
10.52 am: Royal Enfield Himalayan event will begin in Delhi in a few minutes from now.
Chennai based motorcycle manufacturer Royal Enfield is all geared up to unveil its new adventure tourer Himalayan in India on 2 February ( Tuesday), a day before the Auto Expo 2016, which the maker will be missing.
A lot has been written about the new Himalayan, which was caught on camera countless times while undergoing tests through different terrain conditions in India. Royal Enfield Himalayan, which is believed to come with the most affordable price tag in the adventure motorcycle segment, will be premiered today in flesh at an event in Delhi. It has been reported that the Himalayan will go on sale in India by March, nearly a month after its unveiling, with a price tag in the range of Rs 1.65 lakh to Rs 1.85 lakh.
Recently, the company released a series of videos and photos of the new Himalayan, painting a pretty clear picture of what to expect on the arrival of this new adventure motorcycle. The Himalayan, the adventure tourer developed with the Harris Performance, is powered by LS400, oil-cooled single-cylinder engine, which is tuned to churn out 25bhp of power and rides on 21 inch wheels.
The engine will have a 10,000 km oil change interval and the spark plug change at 25,000km interval. With a fuel tank of 15 litres and telescopic suspension, the new Himalayan promises exciting off-road abilities. Himalayan will be the first Royal Enfield offering to come with a monoshock suspension at the rear and the braking duties on both the ends in the new model will be taken care of by disc brakes.
The Himalayan was also tested by racing champion CS Santosh -- the first Indian to complete the Dakar Rally -- at Big Rock Motopark, Kolar, Karnataka.
Stay tuned for more updates as we bring to you the latest from the unveiling in Delhi.