Moving ahead with time is the only way to survive the ever-changing scenario of every developing market across the globe. The story is no different for Royal Enfield as with the passing years they have been adding modern features like disc brakes, 2-channel ABS, self-starter, and a better drive-train into their motorcycles.
The brand recently also introduced the 650cc twins in the Indian market. The custom-made electric Royal Enfield Classic from an authorised showroom in Thailand further makes the fact clear that the brand will achieve new heights in the coming years.
The frame has received some alterations to make way for the huge electric motor and battery. The all-electric model of the Royal Enfield Classic comes with a belt driven system and is equipped with a fully digital instrument console that comes with modern features like sprint times and battery health indicator.
No exhaust means no sound and that could be the best thing ever for the environmentalists from the Bullet maker. The Classic model you see here is not yet official as this one is a custom-made motorcycle. Still, the job seems to be very impressive from every angle.
The official word from Royal Enfield clears that they will be entering the electric motorcycle business but at the same time, they made the fact clear that expecting them to be the first won’t be correct. They will need almost a decade (in the worst case scenario) to officially come up with an all-electric lineup. Still, the brand understands the importance of electrification and would work as much as possible to make it happen in the coming years.