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Royal Enfield's twin-cylinder Cruiser spied again

Royal Enfield's twin-cylinder cruiser is clearly inspired by the KX Bobber Concept.

Earlier this year, Royal Enfield's new twin-cylinder cruiser was caught testing. The bike has now been spotted once again.

The latest spy image gives us a good look at the new model, which clearly appears to have been inspired by the KX Bobber Concept. It has a teardrop shaped fuel tank and a stepped seat. At the front, it has the typical circular headlamp with a twin-pod instrument cluster. The raised handlebars are designed for a more laid back riding position. The bike gets twin chrome exhausts and what appears to be an oil cooler mounted on the frame.

The cruiser features upside down fork suspension at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. It rides on alloy wheels and is fitted with a wider rear tyre. The bike gets disc brakes at the front and rear. It should come equipped with dual-channel ABS as well.

The KX Bobber inspired cruiser could use the same 648cc, parallel-twin engine that powers the Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650. This fuel-injected motor produces 47 BHP @ 7,250 rpm and peak torque of 52 Nm @ 5,250 rpm. It could be paired with a 6-speed gearbox.

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