750cc Royal Enfield Spotted Testing in India
After months of rumours and a mix of official announcements, the 750cc Royal Enfield is indeed a reality. The all-new motor, or the all-new motorcycle was spotted testing recently in all its glory. As you can see, the new engine is being tested on the Continental GT Cafe Racer. Royal Enfield wants to be the number one player in middle-weight motorcycles globally, and this product is a step ahead in that direction. Or should we say a BIG STEP in that direction.
The 750cc Royal Enfield is a reality. A Royal Enfield motorcycle powered by 750cc engine was spotted testing in India. The pictures above reveal that the new engine is tested on Continental GT Cafe racer. Royal Enfield is planning to be the number one player in middle-weight motorcycle globally. By introducing 750cc engine, Royal Enfield is taking a big step forward in that direction.
The spyshots reveal that engine is a twin-cylinder, parallel setup with twin independent exhaust pipes. This humungous engine is mounted on reworked chassis of the Continental GT, which is the most capable chassis in the Royal Enfield portfolio.
By looking at the engine case present on the sides, one could clearly notice this as a BIG Royal Enfield. There is a presence of oil-cooler and there is no liquid-cooling as the brand is following its traditional approach while building the engine.
Royal Enfield’s new engine is also going to be Euro-4 complaint, and would also be the first such engine from the brand that meets global emission standards when compared to their current line-up. The all new engine makes uses of carburetor, and does not include fuel-injection indicating that motorcycle would be first developed for Indian and other such markets.
Royal Enfield debuted the 410cc engine by introducing the Royal Enfield Himalayan, which is a 2nd all-new engine that is coming out of Royal Enfield stable after a long time. The 750cc engine is going to be most cleanest, most modern, and powerful engine that the brand has ever built. The power output of Royal Enfield Himalayan ranges between 40 to 50 bhp. One could expect a good range of torque from this powerful engine.
The 750cc engine of new Royal Enfield bike would rival the Triumph Bonneville range. Let us know your opinion by commenting below.