ROYAL ENFIELD SG 650 CONCEPT BIKE | Outlook for the future of Enfield

 With the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, the brand presents its vision of how Enfield bikes could look in the future and combine modernity with tradition.

Mark Wells, Chief of Design, asked the Royal Enfield design team to create a study that symbolizes the transition between the classic Enfields and the brand's future motorcycles for the 120th anniversary. The result was the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept.  Mark Wells explains about the project: "We are a company that is in a state of upheaval - we have long been a representative of the analogue age and are now developing new products that maintain this pure character and yet are fully present in the digital present To celebrate, we wanted to develop a project that would allow our design team to be creative, with the goal of building a one-of-a-kind concept motorcycle that pays homage to Royal Enfield's rich custom bike history, but not the past A neo-retro interpretation that pushes the boundaries of what a Royal Enfield motorcycle could look like, but still at its core celebrates the iconic Royal Enfield DNA. "  Well-known components meet custom-made products For the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, many components were developed and manufactured as individual pieces. The tank was CNC-milled from a solid block of aluminum, as were the rims, the brake calipers and the two front brake discs. The upside-down fork, the integrated upper triple clamp / nacelle unit and the extra-wide low-rise handlebar with aluminum switch groups are intended to give the Enfield study a special finish that points to the future, while the stereo struts at the rear attached to the classic chassis loop and the hand-sewn, floating black leather solo seat a nod to Royal Enfield's past. The black 650 twin engine and the exhaust system visually underline the ideas that the Enfield designers have of the near future.  According to Royal Enfield, the study is designed as an art project that also involved imagining a world in a not-too-distant future. The result was an environment of neon-saturated cyber urban jungle - "in which the old meets the new in a jumble of concrete, metal, bright lights and dark streets, in which the analog and the digital combine and mix."  CONCLUSION Whether you like the study or not is in the eye of the beholder. However, there is no question that the world market leader in the segment of mid-range motorcycles (250 - 750 cm³) can confidently look to its own future. Nevertheless, we would have been very happy to see a larger Himalayan at EICMA 2021.

Mark Wells, Chief of Design, asked the Royal Enfield design team to create a study that symbolizes the transition between the classic Enfields and the brand's future motorcycles for the 120th anniversary. The result was the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept.

Mark Wells, Chief of Design, asked the Royal Enfield design team to create a study that symbolizes the transition between the classic Enfields and the brand's future motorcycles for the 120th anniversary. The result was the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept.  Mark Wells explains about the project: "We are a company that is in a state of upheaval - we have long been a representative of the analogue age and are now developing new products that maintain this pure character and yet are fully present in the digital present To celebrate, we wanted to develop a project that would allow our design team to be creative, with the goal of building a one-of-a-kind concept motorcycle that pays homage to Royal Enfield's rich custom bike history, but not the past A neo-retro interpretation that pushes the boundaries of what a Royal Enfield motorcycle could look like, but still at its core celebrates the iconic Royal Enfield DNA. "  Well-known components meet custom-made products For the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, many components were developed and manufactured as individual pieces. The tank was CNC-milled from a solid block of aluminum, as were the rims, the brake calipers and the two front brake discs. The upside-down fork, the integrated upper triple clamp / nacelle unit and the extra-wide low-rise handlebar with aluminum switch groups are intended to give the Enfield study a special finish that points to the future, while the stereo struts at the rear attached to the classic chassis loop and the hand-sewn, floating black leather solo seat a nod to Royal Enfield's past. The black 650 twin engine and the exhaust system visually underline the ideas that the Enfield designers have of the near future.  According to Royal Enfield, the study is designed as an art project that also involved imagining a world in a not-too-distant future. The result was an environment of neon-saturated cyber urban jungle - "in which the old meets the new in a jumble of concrete, metal, bright lights and dark streets, in which the analog and the digital combine and mix."  CONCLUSION Whether you like the study or not is in the eye of the beholder. However, there is no question that the world market leader in the segment of mid-range motorcycles (250 - 750 cm³) can confidently look to its own future. Nevertheless, we would have been very happy to see a larger Himalayan at EICMA 2021.

Mark Wells explains about the project: "We are a company that is in a state of upheaval - we have long been a representative of the analogue age and are now developing new products that maintain this pure character and yet are fully present in the digital present To celebrate, we wanted to develop a project that would allow our design team to be creative, with the goal of building a one-of-a-kind concept motorcycle that pays homage to Royal Enfield's rich custom bike history, but not the past A neo-retro interpretation that pushes the boundaries of what a Royal Enfield motorcycle could look like, but still at its core celebrates the iconic Royal Enfield DNA. "

Well-known components meet custom-made products

Mark Wells, Chief of Design, asked the Royal Enfield design team to create a study that symbolizes the transition between the classic Enfields and the brand's future motorcycles for the 120th anniversary. The result was the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept.  Mark Wells explains about the project: "We are a company that is in a state of upheaval - we have long been a representative of the analogue age and are now developing new products that maintain this pure character and yet are fully present in the digital present To celebrate, we wanted to develop a project that would allow our design team to be creative, with the goal of building a one-of-a-kind concept motorcycle that pays homage to Royal Enfield's rich custom bike history, but not the past A neo-retro interpretation that pushes the boundaries of what a Royal Enfield motorcycle could look like, but still at its core celebrates the iconic Royal Enfield DNA. "  Well-known components meet custom-made products For the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, many components were developed and manufactured as individual pieces. The tank was CNC-milled from a solid block of aluminum, as were the rims, the brake calipers and the two front brake discs. The upside-down fork, the integrated upper triple clamp / nacelle unit and the extra-wide low-rise handlebar with aluminum switch groups are intended to give the Enfield study a special finish that points to the future, while the stereo struts at the rear attached to the classic chassis loop and the hand-sewn, floating black leather solo seat a nod to Royal Enfield's past. The black 650 twin engine and the exhaust system visually underline the ideas that the Enfield designers have of the near future.  According to Royal Enfield, the study is designed as an art project that also involved imagining a world in a not-too-distant future. The result was an environment of neon-saturated cyber urban jungle - "in which the old meets the new in a jumble of concrete, metal, bright lights and dark streets, in which the analog and the digital combine and mix."  CONCLUSION Whether you like the study or not is in the eye of the beholder. However, there is no question that the world market leader in the segment of mid-range motorcycles (250 - 750 cm³) can confidently look to its own future. Nevertheless, we would have been very happy to see a larger Himalayan at EICMA 2021.
For the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, many components were developed and manufactured as individual pieces. The tank was CNC-milled from a solid block of aluminum, as were the rims, the brake calipers and the two front brake discs. The upside-down fork, the integrated upper triple clamp / nacelle unit and the extra-wide low-rise handlebar with aluminum switch groups are intended to give the Enfield study a special finish that points to the future, while the stereo struts at the rear attached to the classic chassis loop and the hand-sewn, floating black leather solo seat a nod to Royal Enfield's past. The black 650 twin engine and the exhaust system visually underline the ideas that the Enfield designers have of the near future.

According to Royal Enfield, the study is designed as an art project that also involved imagining a world in a not-too-distant future. The result was an environment of neon-saturated cyber urban jungle - "in which the old meets the new in a jumble of concrete, metal, bright lights and dark streets, in which the analog and the digital combine and mix."

Mark Wells, Chief of Design, asked the Royal Enfield design team to create a study that symbolizes the transition between the classic Enfields and the brand's future motorcycles for the 120th anniversary. The result was the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept.  Mark Wells explains about the project: "We are a company that is in a state of upheaval - we have long been a representative of the analogue age and are now developing new products that maintain this pure character and yet are fully present in the digital present To celebrate, we wanted to develop a project that would allow our design team to be creative, with the goal of building a one-of-a-kind concept motorcycle that pays homage to Royal Enfield's rich custom bike history, but not the past A neo-retro interpretation that pushes the boundaries of what a Royal Enfield motorcycle could look like, but still at its core celebrates the iconic Royal Enfield DNA. "  Well-known components meet custom-made products For the Royal Enfield SG 650 Concept, many components were developed and manufactured as individual pieces. The tank was CNC-milled from a solid block of aluminum, as were the rims, the brake calipers and the two front brake discs. The upside-down fork, the integrated upper triple clamp / nacelle unit and the extra-wide low-rise handlebar with aluminum switch groups are intended to give the Enfield study a special finish that points to the future, while the stereo struts at the rear attached to the classic chassis loop and the hand-sewn, floating black leather solo seat a nod to Royal Enfield's past. The black 650 twin engine and the exhaust system visually underline the ideas that the Enfield designers have of the near future.  According to Royal Enfield, the study is designed as an art project that also involved imagining a world in a not-too-distant future. The result was an environment of neon-saturated cyber urban jungle - "in which the old meets the new in a jumble of concrete, metal, bright lights and dark streets, in which the analog and the digital combine and mix."  CONCLUSION Whether you like the study or not is in the eye of the beholder. However, there is no question that the world market leader in the segment of mid-range motorcycles (250 - 750 cm³) can confidently look to its own future. Nevertheless, we would have been very happy to see a larger Himalayan at EICMA 2021.

CONCLUSION

Whether you like the study or not is in the eye of the beholder. However, there is no question that the world market leader in the segment of mid-range motorcycles (250 - 750 cm³) can confidently look to its own future. Nevertheless, we would have been very happy to see a larger Himalayan at EICMA 2021.

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