Royal Enfield is very soon going to launch its powerful 650 cc motorcycle Super Meteor in India which has been spied testing recently. This bike is strong in appearance and wherever it will pass on the road, people’s eyes will turn in that direction.
The year 2022 is going to be very busy for Royal Enfield and the company is going to launch many new motorcycles in the market very soon. After Royal Enfield Hunter and Scrum 411, the company will launch an even stronger motorcycle company which will be Meteor 650. Apart from this, the company is also going to launch Bobber style 650 bike shotgun in the market. Recently, a glimpse of the Meteor 650 i.e. Super Meteor 650 has been seen on the Internet, in which this motorcycle has appeared in a strong style.
luxurious cruiser style
Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is going to be presented in a strong design with a luxurious cruiser styling. The motorcycle will come with a bigger windscreen, wider-than-normal footpags, upright handlebar position, and wide comfortable seats. Talking about the features, semi-digital instrument cluster, navigation system are going to be available here. According to the competition, the company can also get dual-channel ABS with disc brakes in both the wheels of this motorcycle. The company can offer a 648 cc twin-cylinder engine with the new motorcycle that makes 47 PS power and 52 Nm peak torque, while this engine has come mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
Royal Enfield dominates the market
The estimated price of the Super Meteor 650 is Rs 3.60 lakh and this price is Rs 30,000 more than the company’s Continental GT. Royal Enfield has been dominating the motorcycle market in India for a long time and the company is going to maintain this dominance in the year 2022. The company is going to bring 4 new motorcycles to India next year which include the new generation Royal Enfield Bullet 350, Classic Bobber 350, Hunter 350 and Royal Enfield Scream 411. The company has trademarked many new names in the last few days and Royal Enfield is going to use these names for its upcoming bikes.