Royal Enfield could have its first electric motorcycle ready next year

It is not yet clear when the device will be launched on the market. Royal Enfield’s first electric motorcycleIn fact, it was recently confirmed that the electric Royal Enfield will not be arriving this year… or next. The brand is forming a specialized sales team to promote its electric vehicle business as a separate division.

“We are in the process of developing a very strong commercial team dedicated to electric vehicles, in a separate vertical”said Siddhartha Lal, managing director of Eicher Motors (owners of Royal Enfield). “Last year we made significant progress on our journey towards electric vehicles, with a comprehensive product plan and future roadmap.”he concludes.

Royal Enfield’s first electric motorcycle could be launched in February 2025

Now, thanks to our colleagues at Rush Lane, we have seen new images of what appears to be Royal Enfield’s first electric motorcycle. Everything suggests that the brand’s first electric concept, the Royal Enfield Elektrik01, continues to lead the way, in terms of design, for the Indo-British firm’s future plug-in motorcycle.

We are talking about a motorcycle with a clear custom inspiration that could be presented worldwide in the next Auto Expo 2025, which will take place from 21 to 24 February in Ludhiana, India. Until then, we can let our imaginations run wild and analyse the new images we have available in detail.

Royal Enfield's first electric motorcycle closer than ever

These show us an electric motorcycle that could initially be an equivalent to Royal Enfield’s current 350cc range. It features a newly designed chassis responsible for embracing the battery pack chosen to power it. The rear swingarm reminds us of the one that debuted on the new generation Himalayan 450.

Classic lighting elements, an open-air single-seater seat and wraparound mudguards also reveal Royal Enfield’s intentions with what will become its flagship first electric motorcycle. While the sketch images show a Girder-type fork suspended by parallel upper shock absorbers, a conventional type will most likely end up being integrated.

Royal Enfield's first electric motorcycle closer than ever

However, the conceptual artist Pratyush Rout In its virtual designs, it is betting on the first technical solution mentioned, something that remains to be seen whether Royal Enfield would finally use in its first electric motorcycle.

In any case, we will have to wait for new updates on the issue, especially from the brand itself.

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