Although the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has not yet made an official appearance in India, “Old Empire Motorcycles” has created something that real aficionados will long be envious of. The Interceptor 650-based custom motorbike has actually been completely disassembled, with parts that the rider won’t typically need removed. The basic components have been neatly concealed and coated in a rich metallic red colour with an Alcantara seat and equal amounts of leather. This Interceptor has an aggressive overall design and black engine parts with a golden Royal Enfield logo, giving the impression that it enjoys luxury and darkness.
The headlamp is now hidden under a futuristic cowl on the front. A distinctive handlebar with matching grips and concealed levers is also visible. The integrated controls are challenging to use, which truly distinguishes the Royal Enfield Interceptor by Old Empire Customs. The motorcycle has a keyless ignition system and reactivates the front suspension covers. The spoke rims that hold the front and rear Metzeler tyres come with a black base and chrome spokes. With the addition of a clock-like dial in the centre of the gasoline tank, the level of sophistication has been raised.
The 648cc, twin-cylinder engine that powers the Interceptor 650 generates 52 NM of torque at 5250 rpm and 47 HP of maximum power at 7100 rpm. Although they haven’t specified a specific engine tune, the lighter this customised Interceptor will be, the better its performance will be. These free flow pipes with obvious welds are made possible by the enormous twin exhausts. The motorcycle uses all-black materials to conceal the sections that are accessible under the triangle frame region and is oil and air cooled. This machine is capable of drawing attention at all times, and its front fascia appears to have been inspired by a grasshopper.