Royal Enfield: 2023 Royal Enfield Continental GT and Interceptor GT launched: What’s new


Royal Enfield today announced the launch of new and updated 650 twins. The price for the Continental GT starts from Rs 3.19 lakh and the price for Interceptor starts from Re 3.03 lakh (both prices Ex-showroom). The Interceptor 650 will now be offered in four new colour options whereas the Continental GT 650 gets two new colours.

The Interceptor gets four new colour options, including two blacked-out variants – Black Ray, Barcelona Blue and a new custom dual colour way – Black Pearl and Cali Green. The Continental GT will get two new blacked-out versions – Slipstream Blue and Apex grey. These will be offered alongside Mr clean, Dux Deluxe, British racing green and Rocker red.

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The Blacked out variants feature a blacked-out theme across the engine, alloy wheels, exhaust and side panels. The bikes also get LED headlights, USB chargers, updated switchgear and alloy wheels. It should be noted that the alloy wheels are only offered with only blacked-out variants.

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It is expected that Royal Enfield might soon launch alloy wheels with other colour variants. The new LED headlights seem to be borrowed from the newly launched Super Meteor 650 and components like USB chargers and switchgear seem to be borrowed from the Royal Enfield Hunter 350.

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Talking about the engine, the new 650 twins get updated engines with RDE and E20 compliance. Both motorcycles get the same 648cc, oil-cooled engine that produces 47 hp of max power and 52 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes paired with a 6-speed transmission.

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The 650 twins get a tubular steel frame with bolted trussing, suspended on 41mm front forks and dual coil-over shocks at the rear. Braking duties are taken care of by a 320 mm disc at the front and a 240 mm disc at the rear. Both bikes get Dual-channel ABS as standard.


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