Royal Enfield 750 cc Motorcycles Teased In Tweet

Royal Enfield President Rudratej (Rudy) Singh has tweeted a photo of himself and Royal Enfield & Eicher Motors CEO Siddhartha Lal with the upcoming Royal Enfield 750 cc bikes from Bruntingthorpe, home to Royal Enfield's technology centre in the UK.

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Highlights

  • Royal Enfield's 750 cc bike could make its debut at EICMA in November
  • This is Royal Enfield's most ambitious product and a global model
  • CEO Siddhartha Lal previously called the upcoming bike "Highway worthy"

The upcoming Royal Enfield 750 cc motorcycle has been teased in a tweet by Royal Enfield President Rudratej (Rudy) Singh in a tweet. The tweet includes a picture of Singh in riding gear along with Eicher Motors and Royal Enfield CEO Siddhartha Lal at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome and Proving Ground, a privately owned airport near Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire in the UK. The Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome is used for vehicle testing as well as film production, and Royal Enfield's technology centre is also situated there. From the tweeted image, it's clear both Singh and Lal has had a test ride of the upcoming 750 cc Royal Enfield motorcycles.

Also Read: Royal Enfield 750 cc Motorcycle To Be Unveiled At EICMA 2017

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Although the picture doesn't clearly reveal the bikes, but it's apparent that these are the upcoming 750 cc Royal Enfield bikes, and in all, three of them are visible, although partially, with two of them in the background and one at the front. The bike in the foreground looks like the modern classic which we've already seen in spy shots earlier, and slightly resembles the Triumph Bonneville range. The one behind Rudy could be the café racer variant of the same bike. Looks like the Royal Enfield bosses are having a final test ride of the upcoming bikes, which are likely to be unveiled on November 7, at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy.

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The new bikes will be powered by an all-new 750 cc, parallel-twin engine, which is likely to make around 50 bhp of maximum power and 60 Nm of peak torque. We will of course, get more details on the powerplant and features, when the bikes are finally unveiled at EICMA in November. The new bikes will be the fastest and most powerful Royal Enfield bikes on sale. Expect pricing to be in the region of ₹ 4 - 4.5 lakh (ex-showroom) when the bikes are finally launched in India.

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