Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450, Bullet 650 spotted testing

    Royal Enfield’s Bullet 650 will have the same motor as the Interceptor 650, Continental 650, Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650.

    Published On Jul 08, 2024 01:25:00 PM


    Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450, Royal Enfield Bullet 650, spied, details
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    Royal Enfield is all set to launch the Guerrilla 450 on July 17. During our wait, several test mules have been spotted testing. Recently, one such unit was seen alongside the Guerrilla 450, possibly hinting at the upcoming Bullet 650.

    This unit was spotted in a near-production-ready guise parked next to a partially camouflaged Guerrilla 450.. While our earlier coverage talked everything about the upcoming Guerrilla 450, this article focuses on the Bullet 650. Expected to be powered by the same 648cc parallel-twin engine as seen in the Interceptor 650, Continental 650, Shotgun 650 and Super Meteor 650, this engine produces 47hp and 52.3Nm of torque. We can expect the Bullet 650 to produce similar numbers.

    While many speculations point to this being the Classic 650, we think it's the Bullet 650 because of its distinctive styling elements such as the single seat, round tubular pillion grabrail and boxy rear fenders. While this test mule follows the Bullet design language, there have been test units spotted carrying the Classic design elements too. It remains to be seen which of these Royal Enfield will launch first or if they are two different variants to the same model. For now, Royal Enfield is getting ready for the launch of the Guerrilla 450 in Barcelona.

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