Royal Enfield 750 (Continental 660 Bullet)

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Royal Enfield 750/ (RE Continental 660) price, launch, specification, features

The Royal Enfield 750 is expected to launch in India in 2018. The bike is likely to displace about 660cc which could make it the RE Continental 660.

Complete details:

GENERAL INFORMATION

Further details: RE 750 news : autopromag.com
Latest Industry buzz: RE is likely to retain the retro design of the Continental GT’s

Spy shots of the new 750cc, twin cylinder engine, retro fitted on a modified continental GT has surfaced.

The engine is currently being tested in Spain, under a team from Royal Enfield Technology Centre in Leicestershire, United Kingdom.

We have very little on the bike at the moment.

Expected price (ex-showroom,Delhi): Rs. 2.5 lakhs (expected)
Mileage 20 kmpl*
0-60 km/h
Top speed 150+
Launch date: Launch in 2018
Manufacturer Royal Enfield
Bike segment Cruiser
Displacement category 500cc to 1000cc
Price category 2 lakh – 5 lakh INR
Colours available Black, Grey
Competition Harley Davidson Street 750 (globally)

SPECIFICATION

Engine 750cc, twin cylinder engine
Power and Torque Power- Above 40 bhp*

Torque- Above 40 Nm*

Transmission 6-Speed
Frame/Chassis
Cooling
Brakes Front: Disc
Rear: Disc
ABS: Yes
Wheel & Tire Front:
Rear:
Suspension Front: Telescopic
Rear: Dual shock

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

  • Continental GT’s design
  • Single headlamp
  • Upgraded tail
  • Dual exhaust
  • Spoke wheels

Royal Enfield 750/ (RE Continental 660) – UBI Report

Royal Enfield 750 upcoming bike india

Royal Enfield 750 (as we call it) is a new motorcycle that is being developed by the Indian manufacturer, stated for launch in 2018. The bike will be powered by a new 750cc, twin cylinder engine, that is currently undergoing test in Europe.

The Indian manufacturer has revealed very little of the motorcycle though it has been spotted extensively in both India and Europe. The bike can be seen as a replacement to the current Continental GT, so the design will be retained.

The motorcycle should debut at the 2018 Auto Expo, Delhi and launch immediately thereafter.

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