Royal Enfield – Fury 650 rendering by Oberdan Bezzi

Editor@Throttle|Updated: August 22, 2018 9:30
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Italian artist Oberdan Bezzi,  famously called as OBIBOI, has sketched an impressive looking concept which might be expected from the Royal Enfield stable in the future. And it’s got a fancy name to it - Royal Enfield Fury 650.

 

The handlebar is switched to a single flat tracker unit, and the front headlamp gets authentic round headlamp setup, and the instrument cluster is now a circular pod unit. The Pirellis rubber give way to knobby Dunlop tires with both front and rear fenders chopped and 19” spoked wheels, making up for the scrambler-esq getup. It also gets an upgraded USD suspension setup to add more capability, but it carries the same 320mm front disc brake and a 240mm rear disc brake units as the standard 650.

 

The Fury uses the same in-house developed 648cc parallel twin engine that features a single piece forged crank with a 270º firing order. This will provide a solid V-twin character which will echo from those 2-into-2 upswept exhaust canisters. The engine is not built for speed, but for a character that will provide an unrivaled experience while producing 47bhp and 38 lb-ft of torque. The exhaust unit on this gets the black treatment while the tip remains polished chrome.

 

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