Royal Enfield Interceptor 650


The Ghost Who Walks
Hope it is not put together as other Royal Enfields and service experience should also have to be premium for this.
I best wishes for RE.

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Some titbits from the link.

Also, for now, it will be the only RE product to come with the all-new 750cc air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder, fuel-injected engine.

Spy images reveal that there will be as many as three variants. One of these will have a
flat bench-type seat that will easily accommodate two. It will also have a high retro
appeal due to bits like knee pads on the tank and dark paint options. The second
motorcycle looks like a cafe racer and has a single seat arrangement. It also has dual
exhaust pipes that come finished in chrome. The third bike features a black exhaust
and aluminum rims. This version also has a seat for a pillion. The 750cc bike will also
ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) for enhanced safety. It will also get a twin-pod analogue
instrument cluster and high-mounted rear turn indicators.

There are good chances that the 750cc offering will try to catch the fancy of all those
looking for a retro cruiser adept at munching miles on a long highway. The 750cc
parallel-twin engine will offer sufficient grunt to help the Interceptor comfortably cruise
at high speeds.

Price (expected) Rs 3.5 Lakh (ex-showroom)

Launch Date (expected) Mid-2018

Royal Enfield Interceptor 750 cc Specifications
Engine 750cc Liquid-Cooled
Layout Parallel Twin
Maximum Power 46 BHP*
Peak Torque 62 Nm*
Fuel Supply Carburetor
Transmission 6-Speed, Manual Transmission

We expect this engine to output at least 46 BHP of maximum power. Peak torque
could be in tune of 62 Nm. In line with the new norms for two-wheelers, the engine
will comply with the new BSIV emission norms. The motor will come mated to a
6-speed Manual Transmission. In comparison, the Continental GT 535 outputs just
29 BHP and 44 Nm. Also, it comes mated to a 5-speed transmission.

City 15 KMPL
Highway 20 KMPL
Overall 17.5 KMPL


Super User
Its a 650 not 750 as everyone speculated

Royal Enfield has finally taken wraps off their new engine. As earlier speculated,
this is not a 750 cc mill, but a 650 cc parallel twin engine. To be launched later
next year, this new Royal Enfield engine design is inspired from the company’s
1948 twin engine. Yes, the design is that old, but it is a completely modern engine,
says Royal Enfield.

Engine Specifications
Type 4 stroke, 270 degree crank, single overhead cam, air-oil cooled, 648ccparallel twin
Power 47bhp @ 7100rpm
Torque 52Nm @ 4000rpm
Bore x Stroke 78mm x 67.8mm
Compression Ratio 9.5:1
Gearbox 6 speed
Fuel Management Fuel injection
Ignition Digital spark ignition – TCI


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Wow look at that Engine! a pure Classic design from the past. i want the same design in Classic 350