It’s called the KX – and it’s fitted with RE’s most powerful engine ever.
Royal Enfield unveiled its biggest and most powerful motorcycle to date at EICMA. Teased prior to the show, the new KX concept bobber is powered by a V-Twin 834cc engine which has been developed in partnership with Polaris Industries (the brains behind Indian Motorcycle’s reboot).
The bike gets a single seat, large engine, full LED headlamp with DRL outline and alloy wheels. It’s fairly well kitted out too, with twin exhaust mufflers, twin disc brakes on front wheel, flat handlebars and a long wheelbase.
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Suspension duties are carried out via telescopic front fork and monoshock at the rear – while power is offered from a 834cc, liquid cooled, fuel injected, V-twin engine developed with help from Polaris Industries, which is capable of kicking out 89bhp and around 74lb-ft of peak torque.