The first thing that can be heavily noticed is the extra canister exhaust that comes out from the engine through another cylinder, confirming that it is a twin cylinder motorcycle with fuel injection. The engine set up looks similar to the one on the classic motorcycles and not the Himalayan. The rear suspensions seem to be nitrox gas charged ones, however the Paioli brand is not confirmed which otherwise comes as standard feature on the ongoing RE Continental GT. The instrument panel looks all new and elegant, featuring both digital and analog readouts. The motorcycle will be getting the AHO since there is no switch for turning on the light. Peep into the disc brakes and you can find the ABS rings, the motorcycle looks to feature a dual channel ABS unit. The tires are sourced from Pirelli, the front tire has a 100/90-18M section and the 130/70-17M section. The brakes are sourced from Bybre.
Note: The article is based on the observations made when the motorcycle was spotted by us, this can vary from the production motorcycle in many ways so let's hope that Royal Enfield gives their best in this motorcycle.
By: Rishath Suresh