Royal Enfield has unveiled the new Super Meteor 650 at the ongoing EICMA 2022 motorcycle show. Reports had revealed that Royal Enfield had been working on the Super Meteor 650 for quite some time, and it is the third 650 cc model from Royal Enfield after the Interceptor and the Continental GT 650, which was also showcased at the EICMA four years ago.
The design of Super Meteor is like a cruiser racing car. Royal Enfield has given seating comfort to the bike with a retro design. Regarding this bike’s tires, an LED headlight has been given in it, which will be for the first time. The design of Royal Enfield is completely inspired by the Meteor 350, now coming to the new mode of Super Meteor. Apart from this, Royal Enfield badging and cast-aluminium switch cube have been given on the petrol tank, providing a new look to any bike.
When will it be launched?
If reports are to be believed, the company has started staff training for the upcoming new Super Meteor 650. The bike’s official launch date and details are yet to be revealed. However, it is expected to be launched in the market in December 2022 or January 2023.
Look and Design
The spy pictures confirm that the new Royal Enfield 650cc bike will use a retro-styled design language with circular headlamps. The front of the bike will feature a large, non-adjustable windshield and chromed crash guards. The new model will come with alloy wheels, a flat rear fender, a twin-pipe exhaust system, forward-set footpegs, round turn indicators, and taillamps. Some of its designs will be inspired by the Royal Enfield SG650 concept.
The new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 will feature a semi-digital instrument console with a small pad for tripper navigation. Latest Bike News The bike will have a silver finish. Interestingly, this will be the first RE 650cc bike with the optional Tripper navigation accessory. Its switches, non-adjustable hand lever and front brake master cylinder are likely the same as those on the Meteor 350.
Engine & Power
As far as the engines are concerned, the new Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 will share its powertrain with the RE 650cc twins. The new cruiser bike will use a 648cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine equipped with fuel injection technology. This engine generates a peak power of 47 PS and a torque of 52 Nm. A 6-speed gearbox will be available for transmission, with a slipper and assist clutch.