All-New Royal Enfield Super Meteor-Almost Here!

Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 Overview

The Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650 is projected to be a cruiser based on the 650 Twins, and it will most likely be displayed at the EICMA show later this month.

Within the next year or two, Royal Enfield will introduce a slew of new goods, the first of which will most likely be the Scram 411, based in the Himalayas.

RE’s product portfolio was bolstered a few months ago with the introduction of the next generation Classic 350, and the Super Meteor and Hunter 350 scramblers could follow.

The following are the five most important details regarding the future Royal Enfield Super Meteor.


The Super Meteor’s antique look includes a traditional tall set handlebar, circular headlamp, and forward-set footpegs. Royal Enfield will likely emphasize high comfort with it, as it will be the brand’s first model to include upside-down front forks and twin springs in the back.

Engine Specifications

It’s likely to have the exact 648 cc parallel twin-cylinder engine as the 650 Twins.

It has a six-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch as standard and delivers slightly over 47PS of max power and 52 Nm of max torque.


Dual-channel ABS, a twin-pod instrument cluster with Google-powered Tripper Navigation, a wide rear tyre, enormous front and back fenders, black alloy wheels, and other features are expected to come standard on the Super Meteor 650.

Price & Date of Launch

The RE Super Meteor 650 has all the components to become its flagship model since it might be priced somewhat higher than the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT 650. Prices are expected to start at Rs. 3.5 lakh in India and 13-14 lakhs in the Nepali market.

The Super Meteor 650 was used by the oldest motorcycle company in continuous production in the United States many decades ago. It might be revived for a flagship cruiser built on the 650 cc platform. According to reports, it will make its global debut on November 23 at the 2021 EICMA event in Milan, Italy.

The Super Meteor 650 will be sold locally and internationally, and it is expected to debut in India and Nepal in early 2022.

The Key Specifications of Super Meteor 650:

  • Displacement: 648 cc
  • Engine Type: Parallel twin-cylinder engine
  • Max Power: 47PS
  • Max Torque: 52 Nm
  • Number of gears: 6-speed manual transmission
  • ABS: Dual Channel
  • Wheels: Alloy

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