The Financial Times reports Royal Enfield is about to make a bid for Ducati, possibly as much as $2 billion.
Royal Enfield hasn’t done much here lately, but that is allegedly going to change next year, with a push for North American sales.
Once again, Royal Enfield boosts production capacity; the Indian manufacturer plans to sell 825,000 units in the 2017-2018 fiscal year.
Despite other Indian manufacturers announcing team-ups, Royal Enfield says it has no plans for partnerships with Euro OEMs.
Spy shot clearly shows two different seats being tested; it seems Royal Enfield also plans to stick with uniquely sculpted motor cases.
Supposedly, quality issues will be addressed at same time bike is changed over to EFI fueling system.
A good-looking custom build is always interesting, but it’s even better when the end result appears to be functional as well.
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.