In an unfair battle perceived between Harley Davidson Street 750 and Royal Enfield Continental GT, the American has claimed the trophy.
Highly anticipated large displacement engine from the Indian motorcycle maker has just been confirmed.
For 2014, Royal Enfield revised its production target to 280,000 units with investment of Rs 600 crores over CY 2014-15 to ensure its target is met. And on that front, the company is marching on strong with investments at Oragadam facility and Royal Enfield business continue as planned for CY 2014.
Royal Enfield inaugurated their first concept store in Poyser street, London, last month. The directly owned shop of Royal Enfield defines what the company wishes to be about; catering to fans and passionate bikers with an array of RE accessories and merchandise. Store launch event was jazzed up by legends in biking community like Laura Hastings and Johnny Brittain.
Royal Enfield Continental GT, priced at INR 2.05 lakhs (on road Delhi), was recipient of Indian Motorcycle of the Year 2014 awards. Contending with Royal Enfield Continental GT were the Centuro, KTM Duke 390 and Hyosung Aquila Pro.
Taking cue from it’s retro and independent streak, we took the new Royal Enfield Continental GT off the beaten path. A quick jetty ride to feel one with the latest from RE on a deserted Goan island.
On price front, while a lot of estimates pointed to the Rs 2.5 lakh mark, Royal Enfield Continental GT retail price stands at Rs. 2, 05,026 lakhs on-road in Delhi and for Rs. 2, 14, 043 lakhs on-road in Mumbai.
India launch price Rs 2.05 lakhs (Delhi) and tech specs for Royal Enfield Continental GT and GT Yellow
Royal Enfield Continental GT launch in India sees the hall fill quickly for a film about Royal Enfield’s saga over the years, after a day long ride, about 200 kms of Goa covered. The evening’s host, Gordon May only recently put in a few miles, okay not so few, when he rode from Manchester to Chennai.