Royal Enfield Shotgun 650


Make Model

Royal Enfield Shotgun 650




Four stroke, Parallel Twin, SOHC


648 cc / 39.5 cu-in

Bore x Stroke

78 x 67.8 mm

Cooling System


Compression Ratio



Electronic Fuel Injection


Digital electronic ignition



Max Power

46.4 hp / 34.6 kW @ 7250 rpm

Max Torque

52.3 Nm / 38.6 lb-ft @ 5650 rpm


Wet, multi-plate


6 Speed, constant mesh

Final Drive



Steel tubular spine frame, double cradle

Front Suspension

43mm USD telescopic fork, Showa SSP-BP

Front Wheel Travel

120 mm / 4.7 in

Rear Suspension

Twin Shocks, preload adjustable

Rear Wheel Travel

89 mm / 3.5 in

Front Brakes

Single 320mm disc, with ByBre twin piston floating caliper

Rear Brakes

Single 300mm disc, with ByBre twin piston floating caliper

ABS Dual Channel
Wheels Aluminium alloy

Front Tyre

100/90 - 18

Rear Tyre

150/70 - 17

Rake 25.3°
Trail 101mm / 4 in
Wheelbase 1466 mm / 57.7 in

Seat Height

795 mm / 31.3 in

Wet Weight

240 kg / 529 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

13.6 Litres / 3.6 US gal


A century of pure motorcycling DNA collided with the anarchic spirit of custom culture — and a shapeshifting mutant was born.
After being officially unveiled for the first time in Los Angeles, the Shotgun 650 is set to launch across the world in early 2024.

One Machine. Three Modes.
Defying categorisation in both spirit and form, it has a modular design that enables it to switch between three modes—from single seater to double seater to luggage-carrying tourer—with ease.

The Shotgun 650 is ergonomically optimised, with mid-set foot pegs, a low 795mm seat height and intuitively-placed handlebars. Its tuned Showa suspension, 1465mm wheelbase and low centre of gravity come together to make riding in traffic, on highways and down twisty back roads equally fun and effortless. The 18” front and 17” rear tyre ensure a steady grip and ample control at all speeds, whether you’re riding solo or with extra weight.

The new Royal Enfield Shotgun 650 is powered by a 648cc liquid-cooled parallel twin that produces a claimed 46.3 horsepower at 7,250 rpm and 52.3 newton-meters (or 38.5 pound-feet) of torque at 5,650 rpm. It's mated to a six-speed gearbox.

The Shotgun 650 rides on an 18-inch front wheel and a 17-inch rear (contrast and compare to the 19-inch front and 16-inch rear found on the Super Meteor 650). While the Shotgun 650 also gets a set of upside-down 43mm Showa Big Piston Forks up front, they're 33mm shorter than the ones found on the Super Meteor. The rear twin shocks on the SG650 are 20mm longer than the ones found on the Super Meteor.

The brakes are the same. On the Shotgun 650, you'll find a single two-piston ByBre floating brake caliper and a 320mm disc up front, and a single two-piston ByBre floating caliper and a 300mm disc in the rear. ABS is standard at both ends, as are braided stainless steel brake lines from the factory.

CEO of Eicher Motors (LTD):
“The Shotgun 650 is inspired by the work of our custom community and our years of work with them.
“It is a retro-futuristic interpretation of what a factory custom motorcycle with thoroughbred Royal Enfield DNA would look like… our attempt to bring niche and newer categories of motorcycles to growing enthusiasts of self-expression.”