Check out this Royal Enfield Himalayan 360-degree video

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We still have to wait for a few days to get astride of the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan. But the thumper manufacturer has released a video to give us some solace, and add excitement to our wait. Royal Enfield recently uploaded a 360-degree 4K quality video from rider’s point of view on YouTube which captures the Himalayan performing tasks that it is bound to do for most of its life – off-road riding.

Royal Enfield has already revealed several details about its upcoming adventure tourer through its “making of” videos prior to its launch scheduled on February 2, 2016. Royal Enfield also invited well known Indian off-road rider, CS Santosh, to test the Himalayan at Big Rock Motopark, Kolar, Karnataka.

Mechanically, Royal Enfield is using a newly developed LS400 engine which is an overhead camshaft mill. The 410cc single cylinder four stroke oil cooled engine produces 25 bhp of power. The service interval stands at a long 10,000 km which means you can conquer longer distances before having to get the motorcycle serviced. The spark plug has to be replaced only once every 25,000 kms.

Here is the new 360-degree video of the upcoming Royal Enfield Himalayan. Do share your views about the video and the upcoming adventure tourer through the comments section below.

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