Royal Enfield has already confirmed that the Super Meteor 650 will have a global premiere at the EICMA 2022 show in Milan, Italy, on November 8th. The public event will be broadcast through the official YouTube channel at 4 pm. The Super Meteor 650 will be the brand’s flagship motorcycle upon arrival and will cost around Rs. 40,000
The test mule of the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 has been seen being tested several times, almost as if it was in production. The Chennai-based manufacturer is also testing the Shotgun 650 at the same time and has been caught quite a few times in production readiness. The SG650 was scheduled to debut at EICMA with the Super Meteor 650.
But that doesn’t seem to be the case as RE only heralded the Super Meteor 650. In the final edition of EICMA, Royal Enfield unveiled the SG650 concept and we expect the company to introduce the new concept at this year’s event. However, nothing has been officially confirmed yet. That’s suspicious given that RE is also developing a scrambler based on the 650cc platform.
The Royal Enfield Scram 650 was spy-tested in the UK a few weeks ago, and the prototype only recently appeared on public roads in India. To spark even more enthusiasm, RE can showcase a new concept that previews the upcoming 650cc motorcycle. Royal Enfield is also testing two 450cc motorcycles.
The Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 has been rigorously tested and was teased by Sid Lal a few weeks ago. It will be powered by a new 450cc single-cylinder water-cooled engine producing around 40bhp and will be mated to a six-speed transmission with sleeper and auxiliary clutch.
When you arrive next year, you will be able to board the KTM 390 Adventure directly. A scrambler-style motorcycle based on the upcoming 450cc platform is also being tested. RE is likely to launch the next-gen Bullet 350 in early 2023 as well.