Royal Enfield electric bike design revealed in patent image; Here’s what to expect

The first electric bike manufactured by homegrown company Royal Enfield has finally been unveiled in a newly filed design patent. According to the design patent, the new motorbike would be retro-modern in style, similar to the brand’s previous models. According to speculations, the electric motorbike is internally known as electrik01 and will be given a different name when it debuts in India.

The round headlight in the front will be powered by LEDs. There is a circular instrument cluster that looks similar to one on the new Himalayan 450. There is a teardrop petrol tank beneath the battery pack.


The motorbike has a single seat, offering it a bobber-like appearance. Furthermore, the rear mudguard resembles the Classic 350’s quite a bit. Turn indicators on the vehicle are round, and the tail lamp is expected to be a circular unit as well. There are also alloy wheels, which use tubeless tyres.

Disc brakes will be used on both ends and a dual-channel anti-lock braking system will also be offered. The girder forks at the front are especially noteworthy, considering they were last seen on bikes in the 1920s. Royal Enfield will be the first manufacturer to use girder forks on an electric motorbike. The swingarm might be made of aluminium.