After news first emerged about the Chennai-based motorcycle maker Royal Enfield for testing a new range of motorcycles in Tamil Nadu, the highly speculated and talked about Continental GT 750 with an all-new twin cylinder might arrive in India sooner than expected. Always been in a habit of staying class-apart Royal Enfield are eyeing the red carpet of this year’s EICMA (Bikes and Motorbikes exhibition) in Milan to tease their much awaited Continental GT 750 on November 7.
As per reports, the speculated name Continental GT 750 can have sweet mix-up by giving a formal throwback to the good old days as it might be called as the Royal Enfield Interceptor 750. With reports of testing of a new module have been buzzing the feeds of any automobile fanatic, the bike has been spotted by many in Indian soil multiple times. While sources have further claimed that there might be two motorcycles up for grabs or coming to the fore at the EICMA 2017, there will be one Continental GT 750 and the other can be the speculated Interceptor 750.
The 750 motorcycle series are being rumored of a possible launching later this year in India, it is also backed by a whopping price tag of RS 3-3.5 Lakh (Ex-showroom) as a possible revamping of the old Interceptor 750 which used to rage the streets during the 60s and 70s in the European markets are conjectured.
Coming to the engine, the Continental GT will be powered by a 750 cc parallel-twin engine with oil cooling and it will have the company’s most powerful bid in terms of engines. The upcoming flagship motorcycle series will be having a dual exhaust set up with disc brakes and ABS on both ends. Reports even suggested the fact that Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 will have a power output of around 50bhp and will be a potential rival to brands like Harley-Davidson and Triumph.