Royal Enfield had recently launched the Scram in our market and the digital automobile renderers are beginning to come up with innovative concepts.
A digital automobile designer has developed a unique and sportier concept version of the recently launched Royal Enfield Scram. Abin_Designs_511 is a talented digital renderer who has designed a ton of concept versions of popular cars and bikes. RE has launched the Scram 411 with the aim of providing a slightly more city-friendly version of the Himalayan. This design concept takes the Scram to a closer resemblance with the Himalayan. Check out the details of this unique avatar.
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Royal Enfield Scram Concept
This concept looks extremely agile and capable of handling dirt tracks with authority. The grey them and Scram moniker give a rugged appearance with graphics indicating the number 2. The suspension rod is finished in copper which gives a different texture to the design. The exhaust pipe is neatly tucked in the engine area and comes out near the seat which is quite unique and sporty. The flat seat on the bike is something that modern bikes don’t opt for. It has off-roading tyres with dedicated tread patterns which are visibly sporty. There is no rain and wind visor and the bike features a naked look. The designer has made commendable efforts to make it look desirable for people looking for an off-road version of the Scram.
The RE Scram 411 features the same engine as the Himalayan which is a 411-cc single-cylinder air oil-cooled engine that outputs 24 PS and 32 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The dual-channel ABS is standard across the range. The prices of the RE Scram 411 range between Rs 2.03 lakh, and Rs 2.08 lakh, ex-showroom. It locks horns against the likes of Yezdi Scrambler, Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 and Honda CB350 RS.
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Let us know how did you like this special concept version of the Royal Enfield Scram by this talented digital automobile designer. Would you want RE to feature some of these design elements in the regular Scram?