- Spotted sans the boxy clutter spotted on the previous test bike
- Could be launched soon alongside the Super Meteor 650
Compared to the one spotted earlier in February, the latest test mule drops all the boxy clutter at the rear end. Not just that, even the headlight cowl has been eliminated thereby giving a proper glance of the twin-pod instrument cluster.
The overall retro styling seems to be similar to the Super Meteor 650, which was also spotted recently. As mentioned earlier, the Shotgun 650 is a single-seater Bobber variant of the middleweight Meteor but will be the most expensive offering from the company.
It’ll borrow the same cycle parts from the Super Meteor 650. Moreover, the Shotgun 650 will house the same, 650cc parallel-twin air-cooled engine, but with a different state of tune than what the current 650cc motor from Royal Enfield uses. So, the output figures could vary as well.
We expect Royal Enfield to make an official announcement in the coming months and launch the 650 duo soon.