Royal Enfield is currently working on several new models one of them is a 650-cc twin cylinder bobber motorcycle. At EICMA 2021, Royal Enfield officially unveiled the concept model of Shotgun 650 which is currently called SG 650. Official pictures of SG 650 has already surfaced online. Here we have a detailed walkaround video that shows Royal Enfield SG 650 concept.
The video has been uploaded by Gagan Choudhary on his YouTube channel. Vlogger starts by talking about the overall design of the SG 650 concept. The motorcycle comes with brushed aluminium finish which gloss black and blue inserts at places. The head of the motorcycle is finished in aluminium and it gets the round headlamp unit integrated in it.
The headlamps do come with LED lights however, DRLs were not seen in it. The front fender is also finished in brushed aluminium which look pretty good. Coming to the side profile the iconic Royal Enfield logo is seen on the fuel tank and the fuel tank itself gets a design similar to other Royal Enfield motorcycles.
The engine cover on the SG 650 is painted in silver and gets black and blue inserts as well. The SG 650 is actually a bobber style motorcycle and the handle bar on this motorcycle is designed in such a manner. The handle gets bar-end mirrors and the instrument cluster on the concept is actually digital with Tripper navigation. The production version of SG 650 is most likely to come with an analog instrument cluster.
The SG 650 concept is designed as a single seater motorcycle. The production version would see a different seat. Side panels on this motorcycle has SG 650 branding on it and is finished in gloss black theme. The turn indicators are LED and are placed right under the seat. The rear fender is gloss black and there is a round tail lamps mounted on it. The Royal Enfield SG 650 uses the same engine that we have seen in the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. The 650-cc, twin cylinder engine generates 47 Ps and 52 Nm of peak torque. It is to be seen whether the engine will generate same power and torque figures in the SG 650’s production version. The exhaust on the concept are all matte black which go well with the overall look of the motorcycle.
Another interesting thing about this motorcycle are the wheels. It gets steel wheels with chunky looking tyres wrapped around it. These wheel won’t be seen in the production version. As mentioned at the beginning of this article, Royal Enfield is working on several new products and is expanding their portfolio. Other than SG 650, the manufacturer is also working on a 650-cc cruiser which is likely to be caller Super Meteor. It is quite possible that the SG 650 showcased at EICMA 2021 is actually a bobber version of the Super Meteor.
Other than this, Royal Enfield is also working on an adventure motorcycle, 650 Classic and a scrambler motorcycle based on Himalayan as well. Some of these motorcycles have already been spotted testing several times and is expected to be launched in Indian market some time next year.