One of the motorcycles that caught a lot of attention at this year’s EICMA Show in Italy is the Royal Enfield Concept KX. The bobber style concept pays homage to the Model KX from ’30s.
Finished in dark green and black combo, the Concept KX is pretty much a modern iteration of the historic model. The single seat is wrapped in a saddle-like leather. Disc brakes with Brembo calipers and LED lighting add a modern touch.
There is also a circular digital instrument cluster with bluetooth connectivity. It appears to help with the navigation as well.
The front suspension appears to be girder fork while the rear has a single-sided swingarm.
Not much is known at the moment. The original KX had a 1,140 cc V-Twin engine. The new Concept has a 838 badge bolted onto the engine, suggesting a 838 cc V-Twin unit.