Royal Enfield twin-cylinder motorcycle spotted in India

Royal Enfield's forthcoming twin-cylinder motorcycle has been seen trying in India. Since the main spy shot accessible is of the back, it is hard to remark on the plan of the bike. But, the test mule looks like the Continental GT.

Strikingly, Royal Enfield has been trying its new twin-cylinder engine in global markets where the motor was planted in a changed variant of the Continental GT. While the test-bike seemed to be like the plan of the Continental GT, nearer examination uncovered critical changes made to the frame and also different other outline components. It is in this way being trusted that the organization is just utilizing the Continental GT's body as a mask and the new twin-cylinder engine will be presented on a totally new item. But, the organization hasn't yet put forth any official expression on the same.

The model seen in India highlights a café racer like backside, like that of the general Continental GT. The twin-exhausts get a matte dark treatment, rather than the chrome units seen on the bike seen in Spain. Different changes obvious on the spotted twin-cylinder cruiser when contrasted with the standard Continental GT incorporate another back suspension setup, overhauled turn marker arrangement and chain and sprocket situation on the left side.

While insights about the particulars of Royal Enfield's forthcoming twin-cylinder bike are still rare, hypotheses propose that it will dislodge around 750 cc and will create more than 50bhp and 60Nm of torque. Royal Enfield is required to dispatch the said bicycle in India before the current year's over.


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