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Royal Enfield trademarks Classic 650 Twin nameplate

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Royal Enfield plans to launch a slew of new motorcycles in the Indian market. The Royal Enfield’s Classic nameplate is likely to be revived with a 650 suffix. The Royal Enfield Classic moniker has been quite a success. Therefore, Royal Enfield could be planning to introduce a bigger 650cc twin-cylinder Classic motorcycle in the Indian market.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 – Moniker

According to reports, the brand has already registered the Classic 650 name at the intellectual property office in India. This leads us to believe that the launch could be planned soon. It is quite obvious that this is will be a 650cc motorcycle and is also likely to carry over the design features from one of Royal Enfield’s bestseller’s the Classic 350.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 – design

According to spyshots, the Royal Enfield Classic 650 is likely to come with a rounded headlamp but is likely to come with LED lighting. The Classic 650 is also likely to come with a Classic nacelle which houses the headlamp unit as well as twin position lamps.

In addition to this, The Classic 650 is also likely to come with rounded taillamps which are also likely to come with and LED cluster. The Classic 650 is also likely to come with chrome plates steel rims with spokes and dual tone black and chrome engine covers. The Classic 650 is also likely to come with split seats which will differentiate the motorcycle with upcoming Bullet 650.

Royal Enfield Classic 650 – Powertrain

Powering the Royal Enfield Classic 650 is a 648cc, air-oil-cooled parallel-twin engine. The engine produces 46.4 Bhp of power and 52.3 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox. The venerable engine does duty on the entire Royal Enfield 650cc motorcycles. Also, the brand is likely to use the same engine on the upcoming Bullet 650.

The brand is also testing the Bullet 650 in the international market which is also likely to make its debut soon.

Also Read: Royal Enfield’s new Bullet 650 road testing overseas