The production version of Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 packs a 648cc parallel twin engine

More than just a motorcycle?

Royal Enfield has revealed the production ready version of the Shotgun 650, and it's expected to roll out pretty soon. It's tagged as a custom-inspired bike based on the SG650 Concept that made its debut at the EICMA 2021. The motorcycle comes in solo-seat bobber style, but it can be transformed to a double seater or into a luggage-carrying mode, making it a practical option for long journeys.

Based on the beloved 650 Twin platform from Royal Enfield, the Shotgun 650 packs a 648cc parallel twin engine. This powertrain dishes out 46.4bhp and 52.3Nm of torque. Plus, it sports a 320mm disc upfront and a 300mm disc at the rear for braking duties. Its suspension boasts Showa USD forks at the front and adjustable dual shocks at the rear.

Featuring a low seat height and a mid-set foot position, the Shotgun 650 offers a comfortable upright riding stance. Pair this with its specially tuned suspension, wide tubeless tires, and efficient disc brakes for an all-around enjoyable riding experience.

It features an LED headlamp and a digital-analog instrument panel, plus the Tripper navigation system for easy rides.

The Royal Enfield Wingman app brings added convenience and connectivity right to your fingertips. For personalisation enthusiasts, there's an extensive range of Genuine Motorcycle Accessories available to customise the bike according to individual preferences.

Additionally, an exclusive collection of apparel complements the Shotgun's unique style. Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 price is yet to be revealed,so stay tuned with us to know more details.