After launching many new bikes to the Indian market, such as the new Hunter 350 and the new Classic 350, Royal Enfield is now gearing up to launch a stronger and more expensive buyer in India. These new bikes will use the same 650cc platform that comes with the Interceptor 650 and Continental 650. The newly released Royal Enfield 650cc scrambler has recently undergone spy testing in Korea ahead of its launch next year.
From what we know so far, this new RE 650cc scrambler will most likely be called the Royal Enfield Constellation in Indian and international markets. This new bike is expected to get a retro-inspired style and comes with round headlamps, rearview mirrors, turn signals and round rear tail lamps.
Like the current RE 650cc twin, this upcoming 650cc scrambler comes with a dual-pod instrument cluster and a teardrop-shaped fuel tank. It also features an upright riding position with center-mounted foot pegs and ergonomic handlebar positions.
Unlike other 650cc Royal Enfield bikes in the US, this new 650cc scrambler’s test mule features a single exhaust setup. This swept single exit exhaust helps improve the bike’s agility and maneuverability. The test mules also feature an inverted front fork and a double shock absorber setup at the rear. It also features an integrated saddle, wire-spoke wheels and aggressive side panels.
Braking duties are handled with a dual-disc brake setup combined with a dual-channel ABS setup as standard. Powering this new Royal Enfield 650cc scrambler is the same 648cc, parallel twin motors producing 47bhp and 52Nm of maximum power and torque output respectively.
You will see the same engines available as the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. The brand will also use a similar powertrain setup to the upcoming RE Super Meteor 650 and RE Shotgun 650. Official release schedule and other details about the upcoming Royal The Enfield 650cc scrambler is yet to be shared by the brand.