According to the reports, the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc variant will be launched in March 2017, this will be confirmed by Royal Enfield itself in the near future.
The Royal Enfield Continental GT 750cc variant is yet to named from the company. The new motorcycle was spotted testing in the UK in July 2016, which is identical to the currently sold Continental GT.
It is expected that the new 750cc variant of the Continental GT will retain the telescopic front suspension and Paioli gas charged dampers at the rear.
Coming to the braking department the new bigger sibling of the Continental GT is expected to get the same dual-caliper front and single-caliper disc brakes.
The major noticeable change will the bigger engine and dual exhaust pipes. The motorcycle gets an all-new twin-cylinder motor of 750cc.
The new engine is expected to deliver a maximum power output of around 45 to 50bhp. The currently sold Continental GT with 535cc engine produces 29bhp.
The closest rival of the 750cc Continental GT, the Harley-Davidson Street 750 produces 47bhp from its twin-cylinder engine.
In the second quarter of 2017, Royal Enfield will begin the first phase of production in its new manufacturing facility at Vallam Vadagal.
The new production facility is located just seven kilometres from Royal Enfield's Oragadam plant in Chennai. The Continental GT 750 could be rolling out from this manufacturing plant next year.