Royal Enfield Bullet 650 To Be Revived in The Form of a New Adventure Bike

The Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 was spotted testing on Indian roads for the first time.

A production-ready test mule has been spied again, this time featuring a range of optional accessories.

This particular test mule showcased multiple optional accessories like bar-end mirrors, an engine crash guard and auxiliary lights.

It also provided a clear look at the design of the motorcycle comprising a round headlight, round turn indicators, twin-pod instrument cluster and split double seats.

We expect the upcoming Shotgun 650 to don two different personas: a Bobber variant and a Roadster variant.

The test mule sports an upside down fork, similar to what was spied on the Super Meteor 650.

The front fender mounting is cleverly designed, doubling up as a cover for the fork seal.

At the rear, the motorcycle sports twin shock absorbers. It gets disc brakes at both ends paired with ByBre calipers, featuring dual-channel ABS.