Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 and Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 are confirmed to be introduced soon in the global market. After the official announcement of the bikes, the fans are excitedly waiting for the launch date. Although, before the launch, the bike has been spotted testing many times and for the first time ever, it is spied with certain accessories. The next-gen bikes are also expected to be introduced in the Indian market, after the international launch. Recently, the images of the bikes have been leaked on the social media and rocking with their sporty bold looks.
The images reveal much about the Continental GT 650 which is spotted with a windshield at the front fascia over the headlight including dual-tone bar-end mounted mirrors in twin shades. The seat on the bike also appears modified which highlights a pillion seat. The present range is equipped with rear cowl arrangement. We can also notice a slender projection in the mid and a grab rail for the comfort of the rider. For advance safety, the company has also offered a crash guard as well.
The new motorcycles will be equipped with the leading updated Royal Enfield 650 single overhead cam, 8 valves, air/oil-cooled, 648cc parallel twin engine generating 47bhp power and 52Nm torque. Both the bikes will be the top-spec range of rev range and will deliver extreme performance with higher torque. The powerful will be combined with a six-speed gearbox highlighting ‘slip/assist’ clutch which is a new development for the range.
The Interceptor 650 sits on all-new classic 18 inches front and rear Pirelli tires. The bike also features twin shock absorbers. The ground clearance remains at 174mm and ideal 804 mm seat height. Royal Enfield will provide the new twins in two unique designs, Standard and Retro Custom. The motorcycles will feature 320 mm disc at the front and rear 240 mm disc. They are developed with Bosch 9.1 dual channel ABS. The twins are expected to be priced between 3.25 – 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom).
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