2021 Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Instrument Cluster Imagined: Last year, Royal Enfield introduced its Tripper Navigation system with the launch of all-new Meteor 350. It is a handy feature that allows riders to connect their smartphones via Bluetooth and benefit them to navigate with the help of turn-by-turn navigation along with Google Maps.
The Chennai-based company is now planning to introduce the Tripper Navigation system in all of its future-generation models including the 2021 Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 that was recently spotted testing.
While plans have not yet been confirmed regarding the placement of the tripper navigation in the new Continental GT 650, reports have come up with a rendering of the updated instrument cluster of the 2021 model of the 650cc motorcycle.
The rendering shows that Royal Enfield could place the tripper navigation system in between the two dials of the Continental GT 650 instrument cluster. The said display will be placed slightly above the dials. The updated position would justify the rider and it will be easy access while looking down at the navigational details as it would not be too low while riding.
The size of the Tripper Navigation dial is relatively small, to be noted, due to which Royal Enfield might not have to make any major changes in the existing instrument cluster of the Continental GT 650. The only changes made in the new Continental GT 650 would be pertaining to the installation of the tripper navigation apart from that no new changes will be witnessed in the next-gen motorcycle.
Along with the Continental GT 650, Royal Enfield would also be working on an updated interceptor 650. Both the new twins 650 would be getting the same set of revisions and features, except for the new colour options. We would have to wait and see if any new spy photos will reveal anything further about the new next-gen twins.