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Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Scram 650 Spied Testing!

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Royal Enfield is developing a 650 cc version of its Classic and Scram retro-motorcycle, recent spy shots suggests. The next-generation Royal Enfield Classic 650 testing alongside a mystery motorcycle sharing the same design language could be a off-road version of the same. Royal Enfield has a product offensive planned with a motorcycle launch or variant set to debut every quarter over the next couple of years. The Royal Enfield Classic 650 twins will be a another addition to the line-up that includes the RE Interceptor, Shotgun 650, Super Meteor 650 and the Continental GT 650.

The bikes come with familiar design elements including the circular headlamp, tear-drop fuel tank, split seats, and even ergonomics. The bike also features a number of accessories including black alloy wheels, twin exhaust pipes, and even a black cover over the chrome-finished engine. The seat height is also similar to the Classic 350, as well as the ergonomics.

The Royal Enfield 350 accounts for nearly 80 percent of the brand’s total sales and it makes sense as to why RE would want to capitalise on the popularity by plonking a bigger engine. The new model is likely to be underpinned by the same frame as the INT 650 and while drawing power from the same 649 cc air-cooled parallel-twin motor with 47PS and 52Nm of peak torque, while paired to a 6-sperd gearbox.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Scram 650 Spied Testing!

From an international perspective, too, the Classic 650 will find an audience and will be the spiritual successor to the now-defunct Classic 500. You can also expect a lower price tag on the Classic 650 compared to all the current 650’s on sale and the one which will go on updated in the future as they have and will get USD forks, LED Lights, digital dash, alloy wheels and much more to raise the prices.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 And Scram 650 Spied Testing!

Other cycle parts on Royal Enfield Classic 650 will include USD front forks, twin shock absorbers at the rear. Royal Enfield could alter the gear ratios on the upcoming Classic 650 for a more relaxed riding experience. There’s no word on when the new Royal Enfield Classic and Scram 650 will arrive in the market. It could, however, make an appearance by the end of 2024 or sometime in 2025. The bike maker has a number of launches lined up, so we do expect to wait a bit for this one as the 450 LC engine equipped bikes are also set to come soon.

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