Out of the total 1,000 units that will be sold globally, about 250 are earmarked for sale in India.
Royal Enfield has opened bookings for Classic 500 Pegasus Edition motorcycles in India on Tuesday, a month after its prices were first revealed.
Out of the total 1,000Â units that will be sold globally,Â about 250 are earmarked for sale in India.
According to aÂ reportÂ by DNA, the booking for the limited edition motorcycle commenced at 2.00 pm, exclusively on the companyâ€™s official website.
Buyers will have toÂ registerÂ on the manufacturerâ€™s website, as the bike is not availableÂ at any of the companyâ€™s outlet.
Priced at Rs 2.40 lakhs, the Royal Enfield Classic 500 Pegasus Edition is inspired by the Flying Flea motorcycles used by the British army in World War II.
Taking inspiration from British army motorcycles, the bike will come in a Service Brown paint scheme.
According to a reportÂ by NDTV, each of the thousand units produced will have a unique serial number printed on its fuel tank.
The Pegasus emblemÂ will beÂ on the tank representing the Parachute Regiment insignia.