Royal Enfield September sales up 145%: Hunter 350 gets ‘spectacular response’

Royal Enfield today announced that it made sales of 82,097 motorcycles in September 2022, against 33,529 motorcycles sold during the same month in the previous financial year, registering a growth of 145%. The company exported 8,451 motorcycles during the month as compared to 6,296 during the same period last year, marking a growth of 34%.
B Govindarajan, CEO, Royal Enfield said, “Buoyed by a good start to the festive season this year, and by the spectacular response to the recently launched Hunter 350, we are happy to see a more than 145% growth in volumes for the month. As we move ahead, we are confident that the Hunter 350 will unlock newer markets for us.”
In related news, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) and Royal Enfield, flagged off ‘The Great Himalayan Exploration’ ride at the iconic Victoria Memorial in Kolkata. This partnership aims to contribute to the documentation, preservation, and promotion of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of India. The riders will spend two weeks documenting specific Intangible Cultural Heritage practices that have been identified by a research team in collaboration with UNESCO.
Royal Enfield held the second season of GT with Pro and Amateur series this year. A race weekend concluded at Kari Motor Speedway, Coimbatore on 16th, 17th and 18th of September 2022.
In a unique first, Royal Enfield announced the launch of its NFTs featuring ten winning artworks from its ‘Art Of Motorcycling’ (AOM) programme. Ten exclusive NFTs of the winning designs from the last two seasons are being introduced as NFTs to further encourage the riding community to express their art globally through a digital medium.
Royal Enfield will be launching a number of motorcycles including the new-generation Bullet 350. The upcoming roadster based on the 650 twins called Shotgun 650 is expected to launch as early as the end of this year.

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