Royal Enfield's much anticipaded Continental GT 750 will soon go into production. According to British magazine, MCN, an almost production-ready version of the bike has been spotted testing. Reports of the bike's test runs started floating around in July 2016 and it seems we finally have some confirmation.
The Continental GT 750 is powered by a 750cc air-cooled, parallel-twin with a two-into-two exhaust. It maintains the café-racer style of the Continental GT series, modified suitably to accommodate the larger engine. Though the testing mules may have been fitted with carburettors, the finished model is expected to be fuel-injected. The bike, when launched in India and the UK, will have to comply with BS-IV and Euro-IV norms, so it’s likely to be fuel injected. Pictures show a strong resemblance between the new bike and its older version, though a lot of the look has been reworked.
The bike is expected to compete with Harley Davidson's Street 750 and will also be Royal Enfield's first multi-cylinder engine bike. The GT 750 is expected to be priced a little more than the Street 750.