Royal Enfield to showcase a brand new 830cc powered motorcycle at the 2018 EICMA show

Royal Enfield 650cc Engine Left View
Royal Enfield to introduce a bigger 830cc engine after the 650 twins

Royal Enfield is stepping up their game across the globe to compete with the premium bike makers including Harley-Davidson and Triumph. The Indian bike maker recently introduced the 650cc Interceptor and Continental GT bikes. These will be launched in India this month.

They are now all set to showcase a new 830cc motorcycle next week at the 2018 EICMA show. A few days back, Royal Enfield teased their upcoming bike which looks like a Bobber with its silhouette. Now, the specs of this bike have been leaked and it is expected to get a liquid-cooled, V-twin, DOHC, 830cc engine.

This will be the highest capacity engine in a Royal Enfield ever. It is expected to produce a peak power output of around 80-90 BHP. This will be a BS6 compliant engine. Royal Enfield has developed this engine in alliance with Polaris, which is known to work with Indian Motorcycle and Victory brand globally.

The flagship Royal Enfield bike will be showcased as a prototype while the final production version is expected to arrive after a year’s time. As of now, Royal Enfield is focusing on the much awaited 650cc twins. The bookings have already begun and the launch is just around the corner.

Royal Enfield Bobber Specifications

– It is expected to get a 830cc, V-twin producing 80-90 BHP
– The flagship Royal Enfield will be showcased in its prototype form
– New high capacity engine developed closely with Polaris

Royal Enfield Bobber
The teaser image hints about the new Royal Enfield Bobber with the typical styling

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