2021 Royal Enfield KX650 cruiser features and design

2021 Royal Enfield KX650 cruiser features and design

Riders and fans of Royal Enfield can accept this year as the best year for them. Royal Enfield is lining up a collection of new motorcycles soon. The home-grown manufacturer is expecting to launch the next generation Classic 350 at the beginning of 2021. Also, the smaller and more premium Interceptor 350/Hunter can also be launched this year.

Features to expect

The manufacturer has a list of brand-new bikes in the list, the significant one is the upcoming 650cc cruiser. It is a high-profile launch in the much-awaited list which is the flagship cruiser based on the 650 platforms. It is spotted getting tested a few times revealing us the most necessary details we need to know. And it is expected that this model will likely go on sale in the second half of the year.

Royal Enfield Cruiser runs on 17-inch rear & 19-inch front thick tyres and alloy wheels. At the front, it’s the first time that the company will add upside-down USD forks. It comes with twin shock absorbers at the front. In the viral image, it’s shown that it has mounted brake calipers but surprisingly it doesn’t have one. We can see some awesome features like dual-channel ABS, Tripper Navigation with the semi-digital instrument, and slipper clutch with the assist.


It appears that the upcoming Royal Enfield 650 cc cruiser has a lot of resemblance to the Meteor 350. The teardrop-shaped fuel tank scooped rider’s & round tail lamp are all the similar features of Meteor 350. It resembles with Meteor 350. The KX650 looks like a proper cruiser motorcycle, however, the Meteor 350 is more like a street bike.

The Tripper Navigations will also be available on this motorcycle which is also available in the Meteor 350. In addition to this, this production model could get dual-tone colour schemes, chrome accents and a range of accessories.

Eye catching details

It is also possible that this model will have a tall windscreen, wraparound engine guard, tubeless tyres, etc. Which is shod onto beautiful looking alloy wheels.

Another eye-catching highlight is twin exhaust, a wide handlebar, slender fuel tank and round turn indicator. The rear fender looks fatter than the front one. Overall, the KX650 resembles a modern cruiser with retro classic design elements.

It appears that Kx650 motorcycle will have a longer wheelbase with the composed riding characteristics when compared to Int and Conti. As for the powertrain, the 648-cc parallel-twin with 270-degree firing order will likely be utilized producing 47 PS maximum power. The 52 Nm of peak torque paired with a six-speed transmission. A dual-channel ABS and semi-digital instrumental cluster will be available as standard.