Royal Enfield Interceptor SS Visualized Digitally

The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has been transformed in a non-commissioned rendering into a sporty looking middleweight sportsbike

Royal Enfield came up with the Interceptor back in 2018 and its first-ever parallel-twin for our market has found decent success among those looking for an affordable twin-cylinder motorcycle with loads of retro charm. Indeed, the Interceptor looks quite classy and impresses with its clean, old-school look. However, we have once again come across a concept that adds a full-fairing to this motorcycle and makes it look completely different from the stock model. Created by ABIN DESIGN’S, the renderings help one visualize a sportier version of the streetnaked RE with a full fairing that completely transforms its visual identity.

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As seen above, the Royal Enfield Interceptor SS concept has been visualized in three shades and it looks pretty sweet regardless of the bodywork’s colour. The full-fairing of this concept has a pretty modern look that is in a stark contrast to the retro-style unit with round headlamps and a rounder windscreen that we’ve seen so far. The addition of the windscreen should make the motorcycle a lot more aerodynamic and even help the rider duck down to save himself from the wind blast at high speeds. Even the fuel tank has been re-modelled and looks sleeker than the one on the stock motorcycle. Finally, even the seat has been redone and has a stepped-style unlike the flat seat of the regular model.

Being merely a figment of an artist’s imagination, this bike is just a visual update over the stock model. The illustrator hasn’t specified if he would his creation to carry any performance updates. In its stock format, the motorcycle produces a maximum power of 47 bhp @ 7,250 RPM along with a peak torque of 52 Nm @ 5,250 RPM. The same engine even powers the 650 Cafe Racer and in both the cases, it comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission and a slipper clutch. As per Royal Enfield, 80 percent of the peak torque generated by the engine is available from just 2,500 RPM while the torque output follows a flat curve till 5,250 RPM.

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In its stock format, the Royal Enfield Interceptor is capable of hitting a top speed of 160 kmph along with offering a mileage of 25.5 kmpl (claimed). The lower coefficient of drag due to the inclusion of the fairing is sure to have a positive impact on bot the above parameters.

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