Here’s what we know of the Bullet’s perks/componentry, according to coverage sourced from Punya Sharma on Top Speed:
Chonky, single saddle
Updated double-cradle chassis
Telescopic forks (with retro covers)
Dual shock absorbers
19/19-inch (F/R) spoke wheels
Front disc and rear drum brakes, with the potential for a rear disc brake in top-tier variants
RE’s 349cc, air-cooled J-platform heart (with fuel injection), currently present in the Classic / Meteor / Hunter 350
The last point, in particular, begs the obligatory question: What’s the difference between Royal Enfield’s incubating 350 Bullet and the rest of her similar-cc siblings?
While the Classic and Bullet share similar styling, there are a few differences to set the Bullet apart (admittedly not many, but there are some); the Bullet’s seat, emblems, nacelle, and fenders will sport a “new identity,” providing RE an excellent opportunity to resurrect a model title that’s been desperate for a refresh.