"A Unit of Eicher Motors Limited"
Royal Enfield, one of the dream bikes for every bikers. The company provides in its motorcycles, sheer power, unmatched and unparalled stability, super riding comfort and rugged looks. These bikes are dominating the roads of Indian sub-continent since decades and have made its niche market.
Find here every useful details about the manufacturer of Royal Enfield, the dream bike. This table will brief you about the company details along with giving information upon different ways of contacting Eicher Motors.
Technology Collaborations of Royal Enfield Motorcycles
|Year of Establishment
|Listings & its codes
||Merged with Eicher Motors
Limited in 1994.
||Tiruvottiyur High Road
Chennai - 600 019
Tel: +(91)-(44)-42043300, 42230400
Technology plays an important role for vehicles. The more advance the technology, the more comfortable and driver-friendly the vehicle becomes. Royal Enfield has technology collaborations with the following giants of the world.
Models of Royal Enfield India
- Criterion Engineers, UK
- Fritz Egli of Switzerland
- AVL of Austria
- Cranfield University, UK
It is well said that you can make friends in distant lands with Royal Enfield. All the models will make you used to of people starring at you at traffic lights. The models mentioned below are a whole new lifestyle. Drop in to any outlet and experience a test ride.
Royal Enfield in India started with the import of 350cc bikes in kits from the UK and assemble them in Chennai, India to provide them for the use of Indian Army. Couple of years later the company started manufacturing the 500cc Bullet.
Bullet's sheer power, unmatched and unparalled stability, superior riding comfort and rugged good looks dominated the Indian roads. It became the dream choice of every motorcyclist in the country. The Indian Army and Police endorsed it.
Royal Enfield entered into a strategic alliance with the Eicher Group in 1990. Later the company merged with it in 1994. Eicher Group is one of the leading automotive group in India with diversified interests in the manufacture of Tractors, Commercial Vehicles, Automotive Gears, Exports, Garments, Management Consultancy and Motorcycles.
Since then, Royal Enfield made considerable investments in modernizing its manufacturing technology and systems. In 1996, when the Government of India decided to impose stringent norms for emission, Royal Enfield was the first motorcycle manufacturer to comply. The company is amongst the first couple of companies in India to obtain the WVTA (Whole Vehicle Type Approval) for meeting the European Community norms.