The Royal Enfield Super Meteor Is Yet Again Spotted Testing
Royal Enfield appears to be preparing to introduce the third model in the 650 Twins line, which is one of the new motorcycles set to debut this year. A new video has surfaced that shows what appears to be an almost-production-ready Super Meteor 650 doing highway testing. A round taillight can be seen at the back, and the footpegs are forward-set, like on a normal cruiser, and should provide a comfortable riding position. The bike has twin exhausts as well, but the end parts are larger than on the modern Continental GT 650 or Interceptor 650.
The 650 cc cruiser has a big tear-drop shaped fuel tank, a round headlight with turn indicators, and an upside down front fork in terms of appearance. At the moment, no other Royal Enfield model has USD forks, thus the 650 cc cruiser is likely to be the first to get them. Suspension duties are handled by dual shocks at the rear. A pillion backrest, an engine guard, and a tiny luggage carrier are also visible at the back. The new Royal Enfield Super Meteor is expected to cost roughly Rs. 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom) when it is released, making it an inexpensive cruiser with a parallel-twin engine.
Engine And Other Specifications
The next Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser will be built on the same 648 cc parallel-twin engine that produces 47 horsepower at 7,150 rpm and 52 Nm of peak torque at 5,250 rpm as the 650 Twins. Alloy wheels with tubeless tyres are expected to be standard on the Super Meteor. Royal Enfield also displayed the SG650 Concept, which is based on the same platform, at the EICMA 2021 show in Milan, Italy. However, for the time being, the SG 650 Concept is merely a design concept, and if Royal Enfield decides to expand the platform, the SG 650 Concept will most likely be released as a separate model in the future.
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