Continental GT

Royal Enfield’s 650 Twin, the Interceptor and Continental GT is proven to be one of the most popular retro-style motorcycle available in the market.

  • Royal Enfield to introduced a new scrambler-type motorcycle.
  • Powered by the firm’s trusted parallel-twin motor.

The success is down to the bike’s trusted 649cc parallel-twin engine as well as excellent value for money compared to the rest of its competitors.

Just last month, the India-based company were caught testing a new scrambler-style motorcycle in the UK, powered by its parallel-twin motor. 

However, in a latest development, the upcoming motorcycle was caught testing in India for the very first time.

As such, latest spy photos revealed more noteworthy details including a minimalist side panels similar to the Interceptor 650, small windshield above the front headlamp and an upside down fork.

Perhaps the most striking difference is the 2-into-1 exhaust system that is the first for the firm’s 650 range. 

Nonetheless, the upcoming scrambler features the same tubular steel frame with bolted trussing similar to the 650 Twin.

Looking at how well dress the test mule is, we assume it will roll into production soon. Maybe a 2023 release is on the card?

(Source: AutoCar India)

It looks like Royal Enfield is set to introduced alloy wheels to its Continental 650 GT motorcycle after the test mule was spotted recently in India.

  • The new alloy rims appears to be same 18-inch size as the current motorcycle. 
  • Announcement to be made soon.

The alloy rims feature on the test mule sport a 7-spoke design and is likely to be same size as the 18” spoke wheels on the current Continental.

Also, this could mean that the Continental GT 650 will get tubeless tyres, as opposed to the current model.

That said, we expect that the 650 twin, the Interceptor 650 will also get the same update, which is likely to happen in the coming months.

Interestingly, the spy shot (which you can check out HERE) also revealed that the Continental GT 650 is fitted with a new round taillamp, replacing the rectangular unit found in the current model.

Looking at how RE not bother to cover the test mule with the usual camo paintjob, it is safe to assume the motorcycle compay will announced the minor upgrade soon. 

(source: autocar)

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