Royal Enfield Bobber V-Twin twist has been built as a design study. This design aspect will be seen in forthcoming RE motorcycles.
Royal Enfield Concept KX originated with the most glamorous retro-modern console of all time. Royal Enfield embodies their might and prowess when they unveiled the V-Twin 838cc Concept KX Bobber at the 2018 EICMA. This concept of motorcycle publishes the arrival of Royal Enfield on a grand world stage.
Royal Enfield Bobber is a low-set slung 838cc motorcycle. It bombast every single seat setup, digital instrument cluster, full LED headlamps with LED DRL, alloy wheels shod with Maxxis tyres and a full giant engine.
It is also classified with a flat handlebar set up while seat and handlebar grips are wrapped in leather. It gets a retro-styled fuel tank and the bike is finished in a green and copper paint print with black and bronze paints finish on an engine and dual exhausts.
These designs are akin to that scope on the Indian Scout Bobber but are actually inspired from the 1938 RE KX. Though borrowing design elements from the older motorcycle, Royal Enfield has combined a contemporary touch with a fully digital instrument cluster. The front end also sports a pleasing design.
It grabs a split cradle frame, girder type forks and sits on alloy wheels fitted with Maxxis tyres. In the wake of the same design language as seen on the 1938 model, the color scheme of dark bottle green has also been brought onto the new Bobber Concept KX.
Royal Enfield coiled out the motorcycles with more or less the selfsame technology. Innovation soon became visible of what was to become a model success story of a brand turning back from the brink of obscurity and extinction to become one of the most valuable motorcycle brands in the world. Buzz around the Royal Enfield brand, but the Concept KX is beyond any doubt more than just a design study. It’s a bold & lavish totally a new statement from an Indian motorcycle brand of British origin that the next push of products will be global, with impeccably engineered products which will be priced competitively.