What is known thus far about the trademark application for the Royal Enfield Classic 650 Twin

Indian-based manufacturer of two-wheelers, Royal Enfield, is getting ready to expand its product line. According to the source, the firm is planning to release six motorcycles, two of which would be available in the 650cc class.

Under the brand Classic 650 Twin, the business has already applied for trademark protection for the first one. It’s expected that the second bike on the same chassis will be known as Interceptor Bear 650. RE hasn’t yet provided any information regarding them, however.

Images of Spy
During the nation’s testing phase, the production-ready models were revealed on many occasions, exposing some of the salient characteristics and design cues. Based on the leaks, we believe the Classic 650 Twin will have stylistic elements that are similar to those of its larger-framed 350 predecessor.

Style and Design
Additionally, the spy photos revealed that the motorcycle would have the circular headlamp configuration that is emblematic of the RE and be wrapped in a chrome cap. In addition, it will include orange side indicators on both ends, a teardrop-shaped fuel tank with two peashooter exhausts, and a sizable skid in front.

Suspension and Rear Configuration
It seems that the vehicle’s rear end will share the Classic 350’s circular LED taillight design. Regarding suspension, the standard RSU telescopic front forks are readily apparent, and a dual shock arrangement complements the back. Only a small number of RE’s 650cc motorcycles have USD telescopic front forks and monoshock rear suspension.

Power and Engine
Fundamentally, it is anticipated that the 648cc twin-cylinder engine would be shared by both of the future versions. The greatest output it can produce is 47 BHP and 52 Nm. A 6-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch will be attached to the unit.

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