750cc Royal Enfield Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle Spied in India

Update – As per the recent report by MCN, Royal Enfield’s all new motorcycle will feature parallel twin 750 cc engine that will be oil cooled and fuel injected. The two into two exhaust on the same will feature a great note and indicates a 270 degree firing order. They even believe that the actual production ready motorcycle is even not far away. It will be compared to the Harley Davidson Street 750 in every aspect and more precisely, to the newly launched Street Rod 750 for their similarities. Royal Enfield is even expected to bring thicker 120 and 160 section rubber on their new motorcycle. Here is the spy video of the upcoming 750cc Royal Enfield Twin-Cylinder motorcycle:

750cc Royal Enfield Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle Spied in India

Original Article as on March 22, 2017

Royal Enfield’s twin cylinder motorcycle was recently spotted testing in India by Team-BHP reader aravind.anand. The motorcycle was even spied internationally around an year ago but still has no concrete news about its existence. The image seen here is from the rear angle, disclosing the uplifted twin exhaust system and extended rear fender. The images that were seen in June last year hinted at a product that uses the Continental GT’s components and this image further confirms the same.


750cc Royal Enfield Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle Spied in India

Image Source: TeamBHP

The chances are rare that they will get a different body style after the testing is over. There has been no official statement on anything from Royal Enfield yet. The bike spied in Spain was equipped with chrome exhausts while the one spotted in India had Matte Black units. The one spotted here is even carrying the traditional Indian left side chain placement. The expected engine on the same is 750 cc, twin cylinder motor producing 50 BHP and 60 Nm of torque. It will most probably carry a 5-speed gearbox.

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Royal Enfield is expected to target entry level Harley Davidson Street 750 and Triumph Street Twin with its new motorcycle. Both of the rivals are quite competitively placed but still feel expensive for an average Indian motorcycle lover. The popularity of Royal Enfield and their strict brand following will guarantee success to the new product. It can be priced anywhere below the Harley Davidson Street 750, most probably carrying a price gap of around INR 1 lakh for perfect placement.

Spy Photos of Royal Enfield Twin-Cylinder Motorcycle in Spain