As the name suggests, it will be all-black, including the engine.
There will also be some gold touches, comfy quilted-leather touring seats and a commemorative “end of build” plate.
The company has not said how many will be built, but they will be made to order so we presume they will see how many orders they get.
Indian customers will have to register online on the dedicated Royal Enfield website which only takes Indian addresses, excluding overseas buyers unless you have a friend or relative in India who can buy for you!
Customers will receive a unique code which they can use in an online flash sale on Monday(10 February, 2020).
The booming Indian motorcycle market is the world’s largest but it started to decline last year as the wealthy middle class moved from bikes to cars.
While sales were down by nearly 3 million, they still sold 19.1 million motorcycles which is their third all-time highest level.
The decline in local sales has impacted heavily on Royal Enfield which was down 20% in the first nine months of the year. Full-year totals are not yet available.
It’s not all bad news for RE as their exports were up by about the same percentage although a lot fewer units.