After the social media bombardment of the spy shots we all have been following, Royal Enfield has finally revealed what its most anticipated “Hunter” will be like. We’re in Bangkok to witness the global unveiling of this new workhorse and here is what you all should be looking forward to.

Royal Enfield “Hunter” – Power

Apart from an overall new silhouette, the underpinnings are similar to what we’ve seen. With a single cylinder, 2 valves 349cc fuel injected unit powering the Hunter, on paper, it makes 20.2 BHP and 27 Nm of torque. All this is mated to a 5-speed transmission with a wet multi-plate clutch system for smoother transitions. 

Royal Enfield “Hunter”- Form factor

Royal Enfield Hunter is designed on a Twin Downtube Spine frame with a wheelbase of 1370mm it sits 800mm above with a ground clearance of 150.5mm. The wet mass weighs around 181 Kg along with a payload of 179 Kg and fuel tank capacity of 13 liters. 

The front handle’s Rake/Head angle measures at 25 degrees @ full droop and the trail measures at 96.4mm @ full droop and a steering lock at 43 degrees.  

Royal Enfield “Hunter”- Suspension

The front end gets Telescopic 41mm forks with a 130mm travel and the rear gets Twin tube Emulsion shock absorbers with a 6-step adjustable preload. Noticeably, the rear wheels get a travel of 102mm.   

Royal Enfield “Hunter” – Tyres & Braking

Speaking of the shoes, both the front and rear are alloy wheels with the front being a 110/70-17”

54P (tubeless tyre)” and the rear at 140/70 – 17”- 66P (Tubeless Type)”. For a hard bite, the Hunter is equipped with a 300mm fixed disc with a twin-piston floating calliper while the rear gets a 270mm disc with a single piston floating calliper, all of which is coupled to a dual channel ABS.

Royal Enfield “Hunter” – Colour Options

The Royal Enfield Hunter will be available in 6 new lively colours to entice the younger generation of prospective buyers. To be offered in both monotone and dual-tone options, the 6 colours are