Royal Enfield is working on a plethora of all-new motorcycles for the Indian market. After introducing the all-new Meteor, Royal Enfield’s Super Meteor is ready too. Royal Enfield Super Meteor is the name of the new cruiser motorcycle powered by the twin-cylinder 650cc engine.
According to BikeWale, Royal Enfield is ready to unveil the motorcycle. Royal Enfield will unveil the motorcycle officially in November at the 2021 EICMA Show in Italy. EICMA Show is the biggest motorcycle show in the world and it will take place between 25th and 28th November this year.
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Royal Enfield will launch the all-new Super Meteor in the Indian market sometime in the next year. It will be the flagship motorcycle of Royal Enfield in India and it will be positioned as the most expensive motorcycle from the brand in India.
Gets new styling
We have already spotted the Royal Enfield Super Meteor in India. The motorcycle comes with a rear-swept handlebar and forward-set footpegs that will offer a relaxed riding position. This will also help the rider to be comfortable on long rides.
The Super Meteor will continue to offer retro design language. It will get around a headlamp with a chrome bezel, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, split seats, exhaust on both sides and a round tail lamp as well.
The motorcycle will come powered by a 648cc, parallel-twin engine option. The air and oil-cooled engine produce a maximum power of 47 Bhp and peak torque of 52 Nm. There will be a six-speed gearbox.
The spy images also show that the new Royal Enfield Super Meteor will come with upside-down front forks and twin-sided rear springs. The front and rear wheels get disc brakes as well. While the test mule was spotted with alloy wheels, Royal Enfield may also offer the spoked rims as an optional feature. The spoked rims will not offer tubeless tyres like the alloy wheels.
The new Super Meteor will also come with a host of features. Like the Meteor 350, we will get to see the Royal Enfield Tripper navigation system with the Super Meteor. It connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth and delivers turn-by-turn navigation. The bike will come with dual-channel ABS as well.
Royal Enfield Super Meteor
Royal Enfield is bringing back the Super Meteor name to its line-up. In the 1950s, Royal Enfield used the name in the USA market. Like the other Royal Enfield products, the Super Meteor will get a competitive price tag too. While there is no direct competition for the Royal Enfield Super Meteor, it will take on the entry-level Triumph motorcycles.
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