NEW DELHI: Royal Enfield is all set to launch its next-generation UCE 350 line-up which starts with the all-new Meteor 350. The cruiser had been in the spotlight recently as its images were leaked long ahead of its launch and now the variants of the Meteor 350 have also been leaked.
The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is a replacement to the discontinued BS4 Thunderbird and ThunderbirdX 350 motorcycles. The Meteor 350 gets an all-new platform and an all-new air-cooled engine. Along with this, the cruiser also features a lot of modern equipment.

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 Stellar variant

The leaked brochure which was published by the automotive agency, Rushlane, reveals that the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 will be available in 3 variants- Fireball, Stellar and Supernova. The Fireball is the entry-level variant and the Supernova is the top-end variant. Each of the variants has something unique to offer.

The Fireball variant comes with tripper navigator, black components, single colour-tank, graphics with the decal, a black engine with machined fins and coloured rim tape. Apart from the features mentioned before, Stellar variant features body-coloured components, premium badges, chrome exhaust system, chrome handlebar, chrome EFI cover and a backrest. The Supernova variant comes with premium dual-tone paint, machined wheels, premium seat finishes, windscreen and chrome indicators.

The tripper navigation is a semi-digital dual-pod instrument console which features Bluetooth connectivity for the first time in a Royal Enfield motorcycle. This feature is standard for all the variants.
The Meteor 350 is expected to get a new UCE 350 engine with a significant change in the performance specs. The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 might get a 5-speed transmission just like the outgoing model.

The motorcycle will be offered with a total of 7 colour schemes- Fireball yellow, Fireball red, Stellar red metallic, Stellar black matte, Stellar blue metallic, Supernova brown dual-tone and Supernova blue dual-tone.
(Picture credits: Rushlane)


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