Spy images show us the new snow-camouflage colour scheme, which looks to be inspired from the rocky snow-covered Himalayan terrain. The company has been teasing this new “Sleet” colour along with a date of January 12 on its social media pages.
The Himalayan was recently updated - the biggest change is the use of a fuel-injection system instead of a carburettor to meet BS4 norms. The updated bike also comes with a small metal guard on the oil cooler and matte-black powder coating for the fuel tank cap, and bar-end weights and luggage mounts below the rear seat.
The price of the Himalayan stands at ₹1.67 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), but you can expect the snow-camouflaged Himalayan to be priced slightly higher.