Super Meteor 650 Solo Tourer:
The Super Meteor 650 Solo Tourer is the single-seat version of the cruise motorcycle. However, Royal Enfield have decided to give this variant the most extensive colour variety to choose from. It gets five colour options called the Astral Black, Astral Blue, Astral Green, Interstellar Grey and Interstellar Green.
Super Meteor 650 Grand Tourer or GT:
The Super Meteor 650 Grand Tourer on the other hand has been designed to accommodate two passengers comfortably for long highway rides. However, Royal Enfield is only offering two colour option to choose from for this variant, called the Celestial Red and Celestial Blue.
Different accessory packs:
Two further open avenues of personalisation, Royal Enfield has also designed variant specific accessory packs. Once out, buyers can choose between a Super Meteor 650 Solo Tourer Accessory kit or a GT kit.
The Solo Tourer kit we saw at the unveil featured bar-end mirrors, deluxe footpads, solo finisher,LED indicators and machined wheels. The GT kit included a deluxe dual-seat, touring windscreen, passenger backrest, longhaul panniers, touring handlebar and LED indicators.
While the chassis and packaging for the Super Meteor 650 are completely new. The electronically fuel-injected, 648 cc, parallel-twin engine remains the same. It still produces a healthy 44 hp and 52.3 Nm torque mated to a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox. The front gets 320 mm disc brake and 300 mm discs at the back with dual-channel ABS. The Super Meteor also gets a 15.7-litre fuel tank for those long rides on the highways. Check out more features and the expected price here.
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