Made-in-India ADV bike shows up on Royal Enfield’s USA website, but hasn’t appeared on Canadian website at this point. Pricing seems reasonable for now.
The updated Continental GT is as tasty as any custom cafe racer, and looking at the Interceptor makes you want to take a road trip.
However, the technology isn’t exactly cutting-edge. It should provide a solid base for future models if reliability is there, though.
Supposedly, this is what the new engine will look like; it’s only a 650, which is surprising. We were expecting something larger.
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.