Great news for Royal Enfield fans! A report online suggests that the company has under development two all-new engines for their forthcoming line of motorcycles. The motors are said to displace 400cc and 600cc, and are estimated to output 40 Nm and 60 Nm of torque respectively. This is a major increase from the current 350cc and 500cc units, which output 28 Nm & 41 Nm respectively. Rest assured the next generation of Royal Enfield bikes won’t feel under-powered by any chance. While the configuration isn’t confirmed, we feel that there is a good chance that the 600cc engine could be a twin-cylinder unit, to compete head-on with the Harley-Davidson Street 750, while the 400cc unit will feature only a single cylinder.
Also according to the report, these new engines will power an all-new line from Royal Enfield. With ace designer Pierre Terblanche coming on-board recently, this seems very likely. We reckon that the company could also revamp the current line-up with the new engines to boot. Royal Enfield is expected to introduce motorcycles powered by the 400cc and 600cc engines by mid-2015.