Speaking at Eicher Motors' investors meeting earlier this year, Royal Enfield CEO (Siddhartha Lal) said that RE's upcoming twin-cylinder 750cc motorcycle would have the performance for high-speed highway cruising.
"It will be absolutely highway worthy and therefore it will bring us out of a niche segment in a lot of faster international markets. Even in markets like Brazil and all, where we are going to, which have quicker roads than India, our futuristic motorcycles will help us in being extremely highway-friendly and worthy."
Powering this flagship product from Royal Enfield will be a 750 cc twin-cylinder engine which is expected to product maximum power something in between 45-50 bhp against the peak torque in between 50-60 Nm.
The new 750cc Continental GT is picked to use an all-new twin cradle frame developed by RE's subsidiary Harris Performance. The twin-cylinder 750cc Royal Enfield has been spotted with a twin exhaust and twin pod instrument cluster...
Apparently, there is some love for the Continental 500, but RE's enthusiasts want more power!