Royal Enfield on Tuesday unveiled its new bike model Scram 411 with introductory prices starting at Rs 2.03 lakh (ex-showroom Chennai). The Scram 411, built on Royal Enfield’s LS-410 engine platform and the Harris Performance chassis, combines agility on urban streets with competent rough-roading capabilities.
Scram 411 will be available at prices ranging from Rs 2,03,085 to Rs 2,08,593 (ex-showroom Chennai), depending on the colour scheme.
While it will be available immediately in India, Royal Enfield said that the Scram 411 would make its debut in Europe and Asia-Pacific markets by the middle of this year.
The contours of modern urban existence worldwide are ever-changing, said Siddhartha Lal, the managing director of Eicher Motors Ltd.
“With our world increasingly becoming more fast-paced, life in the urban context has become about the weekday hustle and the weekend getaway, and everything in between. We wanted to build a motorcycle that could effortlessly navigate this entire gamut, and be the perfect ally for the young, modern day rider,” he said.
The new model is powered by a 411 cc, 4-stroke single-cylinder engine with a maximum power of 24.3 bhp at 6,500 rpm and max torque of 32 Nm at 4,000-4,500 rpm.
It has a digital-analogue instrument cluster that provides easy access to essential information on the digital screen, such as auto meter, trip meter, time, fuel gauge with a low warning, and a service reminder.