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The latest Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 spy shots show a machine with a different motor than was originally spotted last summer. Is it the real deal?
Video seems to show a twin-cylinder cafe racer motoring down Indian highway.
If it really arrives, the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 will take the company in a new direction.
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Supposedly, Royal Enfield is working on a new 250 single, along with a 750 vertical twin.
Reason for designer’s departure unknown.
British magazine runs snaps of new Continental GT model with bigger engine.
Royal Enfield’s parent company is planning to put $90 million US back into the company to improve production and fund research.
Royal Enfield wants to rule the world, and they’re on the right track so far.