Royal Enfield India 750 CC and 1000 CC Powerful Motorcycle Launch Plans Emerge


Our vey own and very Indian motorcycle brand, Royal Enfield has always impressed its buyers in India and regardless of what is going on in the two wheeler industry, the manufacturer’s charm has never seen an obstacle. Recently it was in news concerned with the official  launch of Royal Enfield Classic Chrome 500 expected anytime soon.

The latest news surrounding the brand is drawing a lot of attention over the internet and it reports that the brand is planning to introduce a new segment of Bullet motorcycles with engine capacities of 750 CC and 1000 CC. This is no joke and I can imagine many of the readers jumping off their seats after hearing this.


The boom that the Indian auto industry has shown and still showing is the only reason why manufacturers are betting big on something new, innovative and most importantly expensive, which was not possible a few years back. At present we have some of the leading motorcycle manufacturers like Harley Davidson, Ducati, Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki etc., in India and their products make us realize that the level of price consciousness has decreased drastically.

The current line-up with 350CC and 500CC monsters covers the price band from Rs. 1 Lakh to Rs. 1.5 Lakh and we expect these machines to cost between Rs. 4 and Rs. 7 Lakh. As of yet no confirmation nod has been given by the brand on the reports, so we are unsure of what is to be introduced but stay tuned as we will update this section with the latest news on the same.

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  1. Dear Sirs: It is NOT good to “tease” Royal Enfield enthusiasts with plans and then NOT revealing EXACTLY what those plans are! There are TWO Royal Enfield-based motorcycles, already available to use by Royal Enfield, probably at nominal cost/royalty. The 700cc Vee-twin Enfield “Musket” (uses two 350cc bullet heads), and the Vee-twin Carberry-Enfield of 1,000cc, which uses the heads of two 500cc bulets. The Carberry-Enfield is already in production, and is sold all over the Earth. Because numbers/production is low, costs are high. The 350cc/500cc Bullets are too small for the USA Touring/commuting market, where motorcyclists will want to “jam” @ 80mph all day, a strain for even a “hot-rodded” 500cc. Bullets, “monsters” or not.