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Royal Enfield 750cc Spied Again But This Time With A Retro-Styled Variant

Royal Enfield 750cc

Royal Enfield 750cc is the company’s flagship model

Royal Enfield 750cc: As we know Royal Enfield is testing a 750cc bike. Now, new reports from Moneycontrol suggest that the two-wheeler manufacturer will debut the motorcycle in the EICMA in November 2017. The reports also suggest that the company is going to predict the newest 750 cc bike the Interceptor and not the Continental GT 750, which was what called.

Royal Enfield 750cc

Royal Enfield’s new 750 cc motorcycle will be the company’s flagship model. It’ll be powered by a 750cc parallel engine that is expected to create between 45 hp and 50 hp of power and roughly 60 Nm of peak torque. The unit is likely to be paired using the 6-speed gearbox. It is also expected to get disk brakes on the front and the back, and a Paioli suspension system in the trunk. The business might also equip the approaching motorcycle with ABS (Antilock Braking System).

Royal Enfield 750cc

The Royal Enfield Interceptor or the 750 cc motorcycle will discuss its design and features with the Continental GT that is continuing. The new motorcycle is very likely to comprise black twin exhaust pipes, an instrument cluster, single-seat installation and round headlamp as on the Continental GT.

Royal Enfield 750cc

The Royal Enfield 750cc bike is expected to be priced between Rs 4 lakh and Rs 4.5 lakh, ex-showroom and will compete with all the Harley-Davidson’s Street 750. The business will manufacture the motorcycle in Tamil Nadu at its new Vallam Vadagal plant near Orgadam. It is also. Royal Enfield is anticipated to first start the bike in the united kingdom, followed by India.

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