Royal Enfield Classic 650 Spied On Test Again: Here’s How It Sounds
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Royal Enfield Classic 650 Spied On Test Again: Here’s How It Sounds

News by Team Drivio | Mar 13, 2024

In all likelihood, the upcoming Royal Enfield Classic 650 will get the larger air-cooled, parallel-twin, 648cc engine from the Interceptor 650 and the like. 

  • The upcoming Classic 650 revealed its deep “thumping” exhaust note. 
  • It will retain the round-themed retro look of the smaller Classic 350 but will get a twin exhaust setup.
  • The expected launch is speculated to happen in late 2024.

The much-speculated Royal Enfield Classic 650 has been spied on again, and this time, the motorcycle on test has revealed more details than before. Touted to be a bigger version of the existing Classic 350, the upcoming Royal Enfield Classic 650 continues to be on its trial runs ahead of its launch, and this time, the test bike has shown how it sounds. 

While the new Classic 650 will get the same tried-and-tested air-cooled, parallel-twin, 648cc engine from the 650 lineup of Royal Enfield, the Classic 650 on test sounded differently. With a deeper beat compared to the Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650, Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650, the Classic 650 on test has retained the iconic “thumping” sound, which has made the Classic 350 a modern icon. 

Apart from the larger and more powerful engine, which is expected to produce 48 PS and 52 Nm, the soon-to-be-launched Royal Enfield Classic 650 looks like it will retain the design of its smaller sibling. The motorcycle spied on the test also had a rounded headlamp with twin pilot lamps, round-themed fenders and fuel tank, triangular side body panels with rounded edges and rounded tail lamp and turn indicators. However, unlike the Classic 350, this bigger Royal Enfield Classic motorcycle will get a twin peashooter exhaust setup.