Shortly, Royal Enfield’s twin-cylinder lineup will expand to include the Super Meteor 650, a motorcycle that takes design cues from the smaller Meteor 350 but is otherwise significantly larger.
There are many motorcycles that Royal Enfield plans to introduce in the upcoming months. A teaser for the new Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 was recently posted by the business. In addition, a brand-new YouTube video demonstrates the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 test mule, a brand-new motorcycle that will soon be added to the company’s twin-cylinder lineup. The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 could be seen in all of its splendour in the YouTube video, which was shared by Raftar 7811. The motorcycle was photographed when it was stopped at a traffic light.
Engineering the RE Super Meteor 650
The Meteor 650 is larger than the Meteor 350 in all three dimensions. It remains, though, in a low-slung attitude similar to the smaller Meteor. The motorcycle will give the rider a relaxed posture. The motorcycle prominently features the cruiser aesthetic, including a gasoline tank in the shape of a teardrop and a rounded back fender including an LED tail light mounted on it.
Advantages of the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650
LED daytime running lights (DRLs) are standard on the larger Meteor 650. In addition, the motorcycle shown during testing has a twin-pod instrument cluster, which suggests it will be offered for sale with the Tripper nav pod.
Also, before the release of the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450, the company released an official teaser. Take a look at this video
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Technical Particulars of the Royal Enfield 650 Super Meteor
The powerplant for the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 will be taken straight from the Continental GT 650. In this application, the 270-degree V-twin engine’s maximum power output of 47 PS and 52 Nm of max torque will be put to good use. The Super Meteor 650 is anticipated to have a 6-speed gearbox and perhaps provide a slipper clutch with a support feature. As for the suspension, the middleweight cruiser will most likely have upside-down forks up front and dual shocks at the back.