Royal Enfield 650cc bikes: Royal Enfield’s new 650cc bike will raise the pulse of young hearts, see the look and go crazy, know what the price is. When Royal Enfield’s new 650cc bikes will be launched in India is yet to be revealed. Both models could go on sale sometime next year. Royal Enfield is working on three new 650cc motorcycles that have been spotted multiple times during testing. The company’s new 650cc bike range includes Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650, Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 and Royal Enfield Scrambler 650. The RE Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650 are expected to be unveiled at EICMA 2022. This will be the 79th edition of the Premier Motorcycle Expo in Milan, Italy. The motorcycle event will be held from November 8-13, 2022.
Know when the Royal Enfield 650cc bike will be launched in India?
It is not yet known when Royal Enfield’s new 650cc bikes will be launched in India. Both models could go on sale sometime next year. According to reports, the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650 could make their debut at Rider Mania 2022, which will be held in Goa from November 18-20. Their price can reach up to 3 lakh rupees.
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Know the power of Royal Enfield 650cc
The new RE 650 motorcycles can be supplied with the same 648cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine that powers the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. This includes fuel injection technology. The engine could generate an output of 47 hp and a torque of 52 Nm. Both models are expected to get a 6-speed manual transmission with slipper and auxiliary clutch.
Know the features of Royal Enfield 650cc
The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 gets retro-style round headlamps, taillights and turn signals, a large windshield, chrome crash guards, alloy wheels with road tires, forward footpegs, thick rear fenders, low-slung and twin tailpipes.
The Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 gets round halogen headlights and turn signals, a black-finish exhaust and split seats. Both bikes come with tripper turn-by-turn navigation and a semi-digital, twin-pod instrument panel.