The India made Enfield Bullet is not a remake or a retro bike, but a genuine Royal Enfield Bullet model 1954 made forever since in the Indian factory.
In 1954 a factory was founded in India to assemble Royal Enfields for the Indian governement. Later in 1956 the production machinery for the old 1954 motorcycle was transported from Redditch England to the Madras factory, where they produced an average of 15000 bikes per year. This production went on after the British factory closed down at the end of the 1960's.
Since 1999 the Royal Enfield brand name was obtained by the Indian factory and since the beginning of the 21st century the Enfields made in India are badged as Royal Enfields again. Until that time they were called Enfield India.
The Bullet 350 cc is the longest produced single model ever.
In the 21st century the factory started to expand enormously and exported lots of new Royal Enfields to among others Europe and the USA.
Around 2004 an electric starter engine was added to some new models and after 2009 the old cast iron engine with separate gearbox was replaced by a totally new designed modern engine to be able to comply with the strict environmental demands of Europe. The new engine was well received and the new models were real retro bikes that attracted a lot of buyers. The quality improved immensely. In 2018 a 650 Twin came on the market and was named Interceptor 650 (and Continental GT 650). This got very nice reviews.