The first twin-cylinder from Royal Enfield is expected to be launched later on in the year.
The 750cc machine spotted by the Indian auto website Team-BHP doesn’t give too much away – and there have been previous spy shots of a test mule that offer a few more clues to possible styling – but this latest shot still offers a few interesting differences.
There’s still a café-racer style rear end and the exhausts are a matte black rather than the chrome ones seen on the previous shots, but perhaps the most interesting point of note is that the rear suspension looks considerably different and the chain and sprocket placement is on the left-hand side of the machine.
It’s believed that the Continental GT is only being used as a test frame for the twin-cylinder offering and that the actual, final motorcycle will be an entirely new bike altogether.
There’s been no announcement from the company itself as to the styling or indeed any further details on the bike however, but it’s expected to be revealed later on in the year.