Royal Enfield is all set to bring a twin-cylinder motorcycle, which is of 750cc displacement. Recently, the bike has been teased by Mr. Rudratej Singh, president of Royal Enfield. Mr. Singh took to twitter and posted a pic of himself along with Mr. Siddharth Lal, CEO of Royal Enfield, testing the 750cc.

The bike may be based on the chassis of the Continental GT, according to spyshots. Since Royal Enfield has kept it as a top-secret project, not much information has come as of now. Royal Enfield will compete against the Harley Davidson Street 750, once the bike gets launched.

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Royal Enfield 750 teased: Tested by management.

The iconic bikemaker is also readying a new product line, with an aggressive strategy to compete with rivals. Mr. Siddharth Lal has confirmed a year ago that Royal Enfield will bring a bigger displacement bike, and it looks like this may be their answer. This bike will surely carry the Royal Enfield legacy forward.

As of now, the company is spending on a new R&D to make their motorcycle better and are also trying hard on improving their quality problems. When launched, Royal Enfield may price the bike around 3-4 lakhs approximately. This will help the bikemaker to interact with a wider audience, who are willing to pay big for their motorcycles.

 
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