Royal Enfield Scram 411 Production-Spec Spotted
The Royal Enfield Scram 411 has been discovered in what appears to be its final production form. The Himalayan, Royal Enfield’s only adventure bike on the market today, is the inspiration for this road-oriented motorcycle.
Unlike earlier development mules of the bike that have been spotted on the streets, this one appears to be finished and ready for mass production.
In comparison to the Himalayan, the Scram 411 has a grey headlight cowl, repositioned front indicators, a simpler dual dial instrument cluster, and a two-tone paint scheme on the fuel tank.
New tank extensions, updated side panels, a new pillion passenger grab handle, and a modified rear mudguard with repositioned blinkers are also included on the future motorcycle.
The biggest change is, of course, the existence of a smaller front wheel (it should be either an 18- or 19-inch rim) and a single-piece seat, as well as the absence of a high-set fender and a reduced steering angle.
Although it appears that the Scram 411’s suspension travel will be smaller than that of the Himalayan due to the bike’s weight, it’s difficult to say. However, a more approachable seat height is required, particularly for a bike that will be used on asphalt.
The Royal Enfield Scram 411 appears to have carried over the Himalayan’s drivetrain (411cc engine producing 24.3 BHP and 32 Nm, paired to a 5-speed gearbox) in its whole from the Himalayan. The exhaust system is also the same.
The new Enfield model, which is expected to hit the market early next year, is expected to be less expensive than the adventure bike from which it is developed.