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When will Royal Enfield’s first electric bike be launched, the company has told the final date

Royal Enfield First Electric Bike: Royal Enfield is continuously launching new models in the country and abroad. Although all the customers are waiting for the company’s electric bike. Recently, Royal Enfield has issued a statement regarding its first electric bike. 

Royal Enfield Electric Motorcycle: Royal Enfield is continuously launching new models in the country and abroad. The company launched its Hunter 350 bike in India a few months back. Recently, the company has brought Meteor 650 in the overseas market, which will also be launched in India in 2023. After this, the Bullet 350 is also to be launched on a new engine and platform. Although all the customers are waiting for the company’s electric bike. Recently, Royal Enfield has issued a statement regarding its first electric bike. 

Earlier, the electric Royal Enfield came into the limelight when the Managing Director Siddharth Lal answered the questions of journalists during the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 launch. At that time, he had said that the company is not planning to launch an electric Enfield at the earliest, but is instead taking the time for R&D. 

Now during Eicher Motors’ Annual Financial Results Conference, Royal Enfield CEO B Govindarajan reiterated the same point, stating that R&D work is underway at the company’s technical centers in the UK and India. He said that almost three years are left for the arrival of electric Royal Enfield.

Govindarajan also elaborated on the success of the Hunter 350 and how it is creating a new segment of Royal Enfield fans. Govindarajan says that there hasn’t been any significant change in the sales of the Classic 350 with the advent of the Hunter as the Hunter 350 is a different category of bike. The company is the third best selling brand in Europe. He said that the annual growth for RE in the international markets has been 14 per cent this year.

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