- Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 spied again
- Spy video reveals exhaust note
- Sounds bassier than the existing 650cc twins
The upcoming Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 seems to have moved even closer to production now. The motorcycle was recently spotted in India once again and the spied mule looked more finished than before.
The exhaust note of the Super Meteor 650 has also been captured in the spy video suggesting it might sound a little bassier than the bikes it is based on including the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. Another aspect we got a closer look at in the spy video is the instrument cluster. Unsurprisingly, this looks like the same unit that we have seen in the existing Meteor 350. There’s a dual pod console including a speedometer with an LCD at the centre while the smaller dial next to it is probably RE’s Tripper Navigation system.
The Super Meteor 650 will also be more premium on the hardware front than the INT and Conti GT. As we have seen in the spy pictures, it will be equipped with upside-down forks up front - a first from RE. It will also sport alloy wheels with road-biased tyres while braking hardware comprises a single disc with ByBre calipers accompanied by a dual-channel ABS setup. As for the engine, powering the bike will be the tried and tested 648cc, parallel-twin mill from the Interceptor but the tuning might be different.