Royal Enfield Meteor 650 spotted testing

Royal Enfield has promised that it will launch 4 new/updated products every year. 

The company has already launched the Scram 411 and Hunter 350 to fulfill their promise. 

Now, the Royal Enfield is expected to launch the upcoming Meteor 650 in October. 

In the spy shots, the upcoming RE Meteor 650 looks massive. 

It seems that the bike can handle 100-120 kmph highway cruising with ease because of the heavy profile. 

The upcoming Meteor 650 gets USD forks at front and dual shock absorbers at the back. 

The upcoming motorcycle will have disc brakes at both ends with dual chanel ABS as standard. 

The bike could get block pattern rear tyre for optimal traction. 

The upcoming Meteor 650 will be powered by the same 648cc air/oil cooled parallel twin engine which is used in Interceptor and Continental GT. 

Its engine produces 47 hp of max power and 52 Nm of peak torque but, in Meteor 650 it will get little different tuning. 

The upcoming Meteor 650 gets round headlamp, rear view mirrors, tear-drop shaped fuel tank, circular tail lamp, upright Riding stance, centrally placed footpegs and wide handlebar.