Standing out from several modifications of the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, this motorcycle gets a sporty grey body while retaining the original persona of the motorcycle with some changes.
Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 has become a rage in the market ever since it was launched in India in 2017. The bike was launched alongside the cafe racer-styled Royal Enfield Continental GT650. The 650 duo is now a darling of many independent customizers, who like to play with the bike to make it more eye-catching. Also, the motorcycle is liked by the consumers for its affordability in the segment.
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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 was also the first choice of Neev Motorcycles to be customised to a dark looking beautiful machine named ‘Sultan’. They have significantly changed the bike’s look covering the front end, the body, the colour, the fuel tank and the rear as well. The body of the bike has been painted with a sports grey paint with black stripes running through it.
Talking about the details, the tank features a custom belt longitudinally on top of it. Furthermore, it gets a single-piece ribbed seat. It is to be noted that they made changes in the frame of the bike as well; the frame has been shortened towards the rear end of the motorcycle. The fender of the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 is also shortened with the new custom LED taillight.
The side panels of the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 are also custom-made, with a grey and black paint scheme that looks fantastic. The bike also receives modified rear shock absorbers with black canisters. The number plate has been relocated to the left swingarm. Aside from that, the engine has been entirely blacked out, and the exhaust cans are unique.
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New wire-spoked wheels with inflated tyres are also fitted to the motorcycle. Moreover, the workshop claims that most of the customisation is handcrafted on the bike, making it even more desirable.
The engine has been left untouched from the customisations. The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 continues to draw power from a 648cc parallel-twin engine, which produces 47.65 PS of power and a peak torque of 52 Nm. The power is transferred to the wheels by a 6-speed gearbox, with a slipper clutch offered as standard.