The bikes will include the Bullet, Classic, Thunderbird and Himalayan models.

The company will add ABS to its line-up in in a phased manner. RE is looking to add ABS to all its bikes by the end of this year or by early next year. The Himalayan and the other 500cc offerings will be the first in line - they get the feature next month. The 350cc models will get ABS in the next four months.

The company may charge around Rs 10,000-12,000 more for this feature. The recently launched Classic Signals 350 is the first offering from Royal Enfield to feature ABS in India.

This special edition bike costs roughly Rs 15,000 more than the non-ABS, rear-disc-brake-equipped Classic 350. You can expect the additional cost of ABS tech on most of its bikes to be around the Rs 10,000-12,000 mark.

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