Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650
Royal Enfield have an action-packed year ahead, with the roll-out of no less than four new models on the cards. These will include re-introduction of the Bullet 350 based on the new Classic 350 platform, the Scram 411 which is essentially a strippeddown Himalayan, the radical retro Shotgun 650, and the Super Meteor 650.
A recent promotional video offered us a glimpse of the Super Meteor 650 and it looks rather… err… super. The bike sported a wide handlebar, oldschool grips, a single-pod instrument console, a Royal Enfield Tripper navigation display, and probably even an upside-down fork, which will be a first from the manufacturer.
Expect plenty of bling, chrome, and brushed metal finish right from the exhaust, headlamp brackets, and bezel and on the instrument pods. Propelling this middleweight cruiser will be the trusted 648-cc parallel-twin that makes 47.5 hp and 52 Nm. Prices should be in the range of Rs 3-3.5 lakh and the launch is expected by mid-2022.