Royal Enfield Concept KX, the popular 838cc Bobber that was teased a few days back, is now official at the EICMA 2018. The biggest engine ever from the brand, the typical V-Twin character is visible from those huge cylinders. It was developed in association with Polaris and planted into this low slung Concept KX for the show.
The front features full LED headlamp, along with the unique suspension layout that promises extended wheelbase. The 838cc engine is said to be liquid cooled, producing around 90 PS of power and 100 Nm of torque. The values are totally mind blowing, considering the fact that it will be the fastest Royal Enfield ever planned till date.
The Royal Enfield Concept KX comes with twin front disc brakes and single-sided swingarm for the premium feel and effective braking. The design lines will be used as a base for future products, hinting at full LED headlamp and dual exhausts for RE bikes in the coming years.
Royal Enfield Concept KX Photos