There are many talented and innovative digital automobile designers that come up with cool iterations of popular products. Here is one such example.
Here is a cool Royal Enfield 650 concept. This has been developed by Stalinkraju and posted on his Instagram. The automobile enthusiast and digital designer has conceptualized quite a looker. The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is one of the most popular bikes in the segment. Royal Enfield has already established a great market for itself in the 350 cc segment over the decades. With unique concept designs like these, the Interceptor might gain some more traction as well. Let us check out the innovative and intricate details on this concept guise of the Royal Enfield 650 RR.
Royal Enfield 650 RR Concept
The most striking element of the bike is the dual-tone Red and White exterior paint shade. Also, we are not used to seeing any Royal Enfield in much of a fairing either. This concept design features sleek and almost concealed LED headlamps, a compact visor with integrated handlebars and rearview mirrors, subtle fuel tank, chunky fairing, large disc brakes, alloy wheels, relatively regular-looking exhaust pipe, exposed engine, underbelly protection, split-seat arrangement, sleek tail-end among the prominent visual elements. The concept version of this bike is definitely something people would be wanting Royal Enfield to take notice of and implement some of these design themes in the production-spec model too.
The Interceptor 650 comes with a 648 cc parallel-twin air-cooled motor that churns out 47.4 PS and 52 Nm of peak power and torque. There is a 6-speed slipper clutch gearbox mated to this engine. The front suspension includes USD forks and the rear has the monoshock absorber. There is a dual-channel ABS unit for both front and rear disc brakes. The prices of this iconic motorcycle range between Rs 2.81 lakh and Rs 3.03 lakh, ex-showroom. The rivals of the Interceptor include the likes of KTM Duke 390. Let us know in the comments what you think about this cool iteration of the iconic 650 cc bike. Would you like to see some elements of this rendering in the actual production version as well?