These modified Royal Enfield Interceptor motorcycles look beautiful [Video]

Royal Enfield is currently working several new motorcycles and is also updating its existing range of motorcycles. Currently, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 are the flagship models. These motorcycle are usually picked for modifications and we have seen several brilliant looking modified examples of Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 from around the world. We have featured many of these motorcycles on our website and here we have one such video where not one but, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 motorcycles have been beautifully customised.

The video has been uploaded by Vampvideo on their YouTube channel. The video starts with vlogger introducing both the motorcycle. Both motorcycles look similar but, there are minor differences that differentiate one from the other. Vlogger has the a person from the custom house who did the work on this motorcycle and he explains everything about them.

The first Interceptor 650 shown in the video is the grey coloured one. For this motorcycle, they opted for a grey and black dual tone theme. In video, it is mentioned that this motorcycle is 50-60 percent different from stock and it has been completely painted again in custom paint. At front, the motorcycle gets fatter balloon tyres on spoke rims. The rims are completely blacked out, along with spokes.

The front forks remain the same but, the stock headlamps have been replaced with aftermarket LED unit. The instrument cluster has been removed from its original position for a cleaner front look. The tank gets black strips and there are graphics on the side panel. The tank also gets a custom tank cover on it. The rear subframe of the motorcycle has been slightly chopped off to give it scrambler like  look.

The engine has been completely blacked out and the instrument cluster is now repositioned at it is placed on the right hand side of the tank. There is a custom fender placed at the rear and the LED tail lamp is placed on it. A tyre hugger has also been installed on the motorcycle. It looks like no changes have been made to the engine of these motorcycles. It however gets an all-black free-flow aftermarket exhaust.

These modified Royal Enfield Interceptor motorcycles look beautiful [Video]

The other motorcycle also looks similar in terms of styling but, there are some changes which differentiate both. The custom house went for a retro styling approach for the second motorcycle. The motorcycle has been completely repainted and it follows Red and Black theme with chrome or silver elements at places. Unlike the first motorcycle, this has not been completely blacked out. The chrome or silver elements are still exposed at some places to give it a retro look.

The headlamp, tail lamps are the same in both the motorcycles. The instrument cluster on this Interceptor 650 has not been repositioned. It gets a pair of leather straps to hold the tank cover in place and the plastic side panel has been replaced with a leather bag. The engine is partially blacked out and it gets the aftermarket exhaust as well. In this video, it is mentioned that the approximate cost of this modification starts at Rs 2 lakh and it takes around 2 months to finish work on such projects.