In this latest instance, the Street Fighter concept of the Royal Enfield is visible in its full glory. Digital artists have a knack for creating enticing iterations of popular motorcycles. On this occasion, a unique version of the motorcycle hints at new avenues for the two-wheeler manufacturer. This is the beauty of digital artists. They can come up with such innovative versions of the regular motorbikes that bike enthusiasts get new ideas. For now, let us take a look at the details of this latest illustration.
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Royal Enfield Street Fighter
This attractive rendition comes from abin_designs_511 and bikerzz_of_india on Instagram. The sheer silhouette of the bike is unlike anything you will see from Royal Enfield. We are used to seeing two kinds of bikes from Royal Enfield – Tourer and Off-roading. The typical example of the former is the Bullet and Continental, while the latter category contains the mega-popular Himalayan. However, a Street Fighter is something we have not seen from the Indian two-wheeler giant. This digital avatar certainly looks quite mesmerising. The entire silhouette of this model is sporty and muscular.
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At the front, there is an aggressive fascia with a compact handlebar and broad tyre. On the sides, one could see the body graphics, sculpted fuel tank, tiny fairing elements, side body panels, a split-seat arrangement, underbelly protection equipment, a stubby exhaust pipe and more. At the rear, the motorcycle has a sleek tail section with LED taillamps and a broad tyre. It has alloy wheels in black colour. The broad tyres indicate that it has been designed to be a proper tourer motorcycle. All in all, we would truly love it if something like this ever makes it to production.
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What We Think
While it is just a concept at this stage, if RE ever were to launch something like this, it would definitely power the bike with the Inteceptor-sourced engine to give it that grunt. In any case, we are just thrilled to be witnessing something truly remarkable to break the monotony. Such digital renditions keep the enthusiasm alive. In real life, Royal Enfield has been quite busy lately. At the moment, the Himalayan 452 has been unveiled and we are awaiting the official launch.