Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 – New Blacked Out Colour Ways


Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Twin

The all-new, all-black Continental GT 650 and Interceptor 650 features a blacked-out engine and exhaust that unite the aesthetics of both the motorcycle, seamlessly fusing with its chassis and keeping the spotlight on the updated tanks for a look that is guaranteed to make hearts race and heads turn.

Dark Alloy – Blacked Out

Continental GT 650 ( also available in the Interceptor 650 )

Updated features include:

The Continental GT 650 Twin Range is an evolution of the Continental GT 535, which in turn, was an evolution of the Continental GT 250 – the original Royal Enfield British café racer. Powered by the all-new 650 Twin, it looks every bit like its predecessor and performs even better.

A blast from the past.

It takes more than good looks to carve through a corner. The design and development team applied its many years of accumulated know-how while setting key parameters like steering rake, ground clearance, and lean angle, to create the perfect ride for this sports inspired café-racer. The Continental GT is a motorcycle that delights in the way it handles on the road, responding to the rider’s desires by feeling focused and integral while offering light and agile handling, allowing anyone to enjoy it.

The Twin is in

The 650 Twin is the rebirth of Royal Enfield’s legendary parallel twin cylinder engine. And it’s driving two Royal Enfield classic motorcycles – the Interceptor and the Continental GT. While classically styled and visually beautiful, the new engine is Royal Enfield’s most forward-looking yet, with a cleaner, elegant look, fewer components, less weight and easier maintenance.

The Parallel with no parallel.

Of course, the 650 Twin is notable not only for its character, but also for its sound. Developing the right tone and burble from its twin silencers was an important goal during the engine’s creation. Whether at idle or at full chat, during over-run or while winding on the power, the exhaust note just oozes individuality.

Engineered Fun.

Beauty is often overlooked in chassis design. But this new frame blends the authentic form of period classics with the superb handling and ride of modern engineering. The result is a chassis that’s nimble and precise, making for a pure and enjoyable ride. Whether on the Interceptor, or the Continental GT.


Rake 24 degrees

Ground clearance 174 mm

Length 2119 mm

Width 745 mm

Seat height 820 mm

Height 1067 mm

Weight running order 212 kgs

Fuel capacity 12.5 lts


Type 4 Stroke, single overhead cam, air cooled, parallel twin

Displacement 648cc

Maximum Power 47 bhp @ 7150 rpm

Maximum Torque 52.3 Nm @ 5250 rpm

Bore x Stroke 78 mm x 67.8 mm

Ignition Digital electronic ignition

Clutch Wet, Multi-plate

Gearbox 6 Speed Constant Mesh

Fuel supply EFI

Engine start Electric

Chassis and Suspension

Type Steel tubular, double cradle frame

Front suspension 41 mm front fork, 110 mm travel

Rear suspension Twin coil-over shocks, 88 mm travel

Brakes and Tyres

Front tyre 100/90-18?

Rear tyre 130/70-18?

Front brakes 320 mm disc, ABS

Rear brakes 240 mm disc, ABS

*Note: There may be changes in Australian model Technical Specifications and Colour Availability