Royal Enfield has obtained a patent for the "Scram" nameplate, which is likely to be used on the next bicycle

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Royal Enfield (Royal Enfield) is producing a series of motorcycles, which are expected to break through coverage later this year. Recently, this retro bicycle manufacturer in Chennai registered the trademark "Shotgun" as a special trademark for 650cc parallel-twin cruisers, and now the company has applied for a patent for the "Scram" nameplate. 

It is assumed that Scram can be a shorter version of Scrambler. In addition, Royal Enfield is actually developing a model for 350cc encoders, which until now was called Hunter350. It is likely that it is reserved for the same 350cc encoder. 

Although nothing has been officially confirmed. In addition, there are rumors that he hopes that the higher capacity Himlayan will be higher than the current model. If the rumors are true, Royal Enfield will use the same 650 Twins platform as the current Interceptor INT 650 and Continental GT 650 bikes, but even if larger Himalayan bikes are being developed, they are likely to fall within the same license plate range. 

The Himalayas. Royal Enfield Scram is most likely to be a 350cc model based on the J platform, such as the Meteor 350 and Classic 350 in 2021. In any case, since the patent was applied for recently, the official debut is still a few months away. On the other hand, Royal Enfield is about to launch a new generation of Classic 350, which will be launched in India later this year.

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