Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc
A powerful twin cylinder motorcycle from the make of Royal Enfield was spotted testing in India. The model currently tested is the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc and the motorcycle may be available in India or for the other geographical locations.
The Company is planning to launch a new set of motorcycles in India with the higher capacity engine for competing the upcoming bikes. Not much is known about this new Royal Enfield bike, but features a 750cc, electronic fuel injection support, parallel twin cylinder engine which can make a load of BHP and Torque.
The appearance of the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc is almost what is spotted in the younger version of the Continental GT, and this can be a bigger version of it or may gain a new title extension.
The motorcycle comes with the disc brake setup in the front and rear. The same classic spoke wheels and double chamber speedometer were spotted on this newly tested Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc twin cylinder model.
The body work and the seat set up are not new for this model and the dual exhaust system is interesting. The exhaust set up is not the best fit as it may be a temporary unit used for the testing version and may be replaced or fit neatly later in production.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc may also be made available for the Indian customers as there are a large number of foreign brands entering India in the near future (BMW, DUCATI, APRILIA and UM MOTORCYCLES).
In order to compete with the higher capacity motorcycles and mainly with the Harley Davidson, Royal Enfield is concentrating on this new bike.
Royal Enfield is also planning to spend around INR 800 Cr in the year 2017, especially for making a new range of motorcycles and improving the quality issue reported for the adventure Himalayan model.
The testing version of Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc’s production may take place locally to maintain the price of the RE motorcycles cheaper than the other competing models.
The New production plant of the Royal Enfield is planned to set in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and spends big figure for the R&D purpose. With this, two technical plant, one in the UK and another in India is planned.