The Royal Enfield Continental GT is expected to be the first motorcycle to get the new twin-cylinder mill.
A new video has been shared on social by Royal Enfield Group of the upcoming Royal Enfield Continental GT 750. The video reveals the throaty exhaust note of the motorcycle.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 is based on the smaller Continental GT 535 but gets an extended frame and a twin exhaust layout. The parallel twin engine is expected to be an air-cooled unit assisted by an oil-cooler. The powerplant is said to have a 270-degree firing order.
Competing against the liquid-cooled Harley-Davidson Street 750, the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 is expected to have a similar output figure. The bike will be suspended over standard forks up front and twin gas-charged shocks in the rear. The frame, just like the single cylinder version, is expected to have inputs from Harris Performance.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT 750 has been developed in the UK and is expected to be launched in India later this year.