Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 has been captured in production form, know price and details

Royal Enfield is aggressively testing its future products, the Himalayan 450 Adventure Tourer and Super Meteor 650 Cruiser, on Indian roads. Both motorcycles were occasionally watched on Indian roads and got their hands on video footage of the almost production-ready Super Meteor 650. This new video reveals more details about the motorcycles expected to join. The Royal Enfield 650cc parallel twin lineup is coming soon.

Earlier, Royal Enfield planned to showcase the all-new Super Meteor 650 during EICMA last year. However, the release has been delayed.

The new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 looks longer and wider than the currently available Meteor 350. It has the same low-slung stance as the Meteor 350, but the handlebars are lower and the foot pegs are not set forward. However, the seats here are located at a lower elevation, and motorcycles have split seats.

Royal Enfield reintroduces the Super Meteor name into their lineup. In the 1950s, Royal Enfield took its name from the US market. Like other Royal Enfield products, the Super Meteor will also receive a competitive price tag. There is no direct competition for the Royal Enfield Super Meteor, but it will take on an entry-level Triumph motorcycle.

It is very similar to the Royal Enfield Meteor 350

For the Super Meteor 650, Royal Enfield chose the same rounded theme for a design similar to the line of the Meteor 350. The fuel tanks here are rounded but look longer, but the side body panels also have rounded corners. Like the Meteor 350, the rear fenders of the Super Meteor 650 also have a curved design with round themed LED tail lamps and turn signals.

The motorcycle spying here has no backrest and has a split backrest handle. However, Royal Enfield may release a range topping variant where the backrest may be standard.

The front profile of the Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is not shown in this video. However, looking at the previous visuals of this motorcycle we’ve seen in the past, we would expect the same round headlamps around the daytime running LEDs. The Spy model had a small visor above the headlamps, followed by a dual-pod instrument console.

I think the arrangement of the instrument cluster will be the same as the Meteor 350. The larger pods have a regular display and the smaller pods have a pod for the Tripper navigation. Like the new Meteor 350, tripper navigation is available as an option on the Super Meteor 650.

Perhaps Royal Enfield will keep the 650cc air-cooled parallel twin engines of the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650 for the new Super Meteor 650. Even here on this motorcycle, the engine is expected to be paired with: Equipped with a six-speed gearbox, it produces a maximum output of 47PS and a maximum torque output of 52Nm.

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