Royal Enfield has unveiled a custom version of the upcoming Shotgun 650 Twin at Motoverse 2023

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Is based on the Super Meteor 650’s platform. Similar side panels but different tank and chopped rear mudguard

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The headlight cowl looks different and goes well with the design

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The semi-digital instrument cluster & tripper navigation module setup look similar to that on the Super Meteor 650.

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The handlebar is flatter, wider & footpegs are mid-set – which should give the rider a sportier riding posture

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Comes with the same 650cc parallel twin engine – but the logo on the crankcase is different

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Gets twin peashooter exhausts with matte black treatment – Different alloy wheel design too

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The bike is a single-seater – but with a removable pillion seat and luggage rack

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We expect the Shotgun 650 Twin to come at a price of Rs 3.75 lakh (ex-showroom)

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This custom bobber is limited to 25 units exclusively for Motoverse attendees. Production version could be launched in January 2024