Neev Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Photo Gallery and Key Details

Since its official launch back on November 14, 2018, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has proved to become one of the most popular and best-selling 650cc motorcycles in the Indian markets. It is also one of the favourites among the well-known modifiers and customizers present across the country. The latest modified example based on Interceptor 650 has been revealed by Neev Motorcycles. Known as Sultan 650, the concept motorcycle has been designed by Navneet Suri (Designer and Founder – Neev Motorcycles).

Royal Enfield Sultan 650
Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Front 3-Quarter View

This is what Neev Motorcycles has to say about the Royal Enfield Sultan 650 – “This lockdown turned out to be quite a productive time for us as I worked on my dream design. This concept has been in my mind for a long time but never got the chance to really sit and bring out the beauty on screen. We have named this “Sultan” and this design is ready to be built for anyone interested. It’s basically a scrambler-type build that looks tall, dark, and deadly at first glance.”

Royal Enfield Sultan 650
Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Rear 3-Quarter View

In terms of design, the Royal Enfield Sultan 650 looks mind-blowing and we are pretty sure that Neev Motorcycles will get a very good response and we will be able to see a production version in the coming months. One of the most unique styling elements of Sultan 650 is the side-mounted dual-pod instrument console that is bound to grab major attention on the roads.

Some of the other key design elements of the motorcycle include the likes of a matte grey-black paint scheme, front USD forks, a 3D Royal Enfield Logo on the fuel tank, a side-mounted number plate, fat 170/60-R17 tubeless tyres, an all-black exhaust system, front-wheel cover with Sultan moniker, clip-on handlebars, a ribbed single-piece seat, and an all-LED headlight and taillight.

Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Console
Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Features a Unique Side-Mounted Instrument Console

Apart from the mind-boggling design, the Royal Enfield Sultan 650 remains mechanically unaltered. Powering the motorcycle is the same 648cc, parallel-twin, 4-stroke, air-oil cooled engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 47HP @ 7250 rpm and a peak torque of 52Nm @ 5250 rpm. The engine remains mated to a 6-speed gearbox. For further queries regarding availability and pricing details, you can contact:

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Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Photos

Royal Enfield Sultan 650 Specifications

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