One of the most anticipated launches from Royal Enfield is the Continental GT 750 parallel twin motorcycle. The iconic bike maker is testing the Continental GT 750 extensively before it can be launched.
While Royal Enfield had built a 750cc engine, it has been a while since it discontinued the model. After decades, Royal Enfield wants to enter the 750cc segment. So how does the parallel twin 750cc Royal Enfield engine perform?
Recently, a test mule of the Royal Enfield 750 was spotted by YouTuber Akshay Kumar, and the mid-engine capacity motorcycle seems to have a good amount of power output.
In the video, the KTM Duke 390 rider finds it hard to keep up with the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750. The KTM Duke 390 which is powered by a single cylinder 373.2cc unit is seen reaching top speeds of 150+km/h, but the Royal Enfield 750 seems to outpace the KTM Duke.
Though Royal Enfield has not revealed any specifications of the new Royal Enfield Continental GT 750, it is expected to churn out around 50bhp and 60Nm of torque. The company is looking to consolidates its mid-engine segment market share with the launch of the new Continental GT 750.
While it is unfair to compare the KTM Duke 390 with the Royal Enfield Continental GT 750, there has always been a comparison to both the brands as these are the only motorcycles which are affordable in the mid-engine segment.