Sunday, December 3, 2023

2023 Royal Enfield Continental GT650 Spied With Alloy Wheels

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Royal Enfield will finally be bringing alloy wheels for its 650 Twins. There will be some other cosmetic upgrades to the motorcycles as well.

Since the launch of Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 back in 2019, customers have been asking Royal Enfield for alloy wheels. After so many years, it seems like Royal Enfield has finally listened to the feedback and started working on alloy wheels for the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. A test mule of the Continental GT 650 was spotted on Old Mahabalipuram Road, Chennai, not far from Royal Enfield’s office. The motorcycle seems like the facelifted version of the Continental GT 650. 

As seen in the image, the Continental GT 650 has an Ice Queen fuel tank, which has since been discontinued. The alloy wheels are the most noticeable difference on the motorcycle. Both wheels are finished in black, with a white surround on the front wheel. According to the tread pattern, the motorcycle is fitted with Ceat tyres. As a result, it is expected that the tyres will be tubeless as well. Ceat has already made a few batches of tubeless versions of these tyres available to the general public. However, because the motorcycle used steel rims, buyers were required to install a tube as well.

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The other change on the motorcycle that is very noticeable is the new tail lamp. It is now the same circular unit from the Meteor 350 and gets an all-new housing. It is an LED unit which should be brighter than the current halogen one. 

Some people have already fitted the Meteor 350’s tail lamp on their 650 Twins but now Royal Enfield will be doing it with proper housing. Then there are the turn indicators which have not been changed. It is not known whether the manufacturer has made changes to the front headlamp or not.

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Royal Enfield might also change the switchgear on the 650 Twins. The new switch gear can be borrowed from the J-platform motorcycles. So, they could be rotary-type switches. The rest of the motorcycle seems to be the same as the current ones that are on sale. 

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