Here we have the modified Royal Enfield interceptor 650 from Argentina, which turned into a lovely scrambler.

  • Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 modified into a lovely scrambler
  • Customisation has been done by hardcore custom
  • Modification doesn’t feature any changes to the powertrain

The Chennai-based premium two-wheeler manufacturer in the Indian market Royal Enfield is the most customized motorcycle in the world. Courtesy of relatively very simple retro design and simple architecture of the bikes, along with amazing aftermarket support. The Royal Enfield is an extremely simple motorcycle to customize, and currently, the motorcycles are gaining more popularity in the global markets as well. Many custom garages in the global market have been modifying the Royal Enfield bikes, which popped up online. Here we have a beautifully customize Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 into a lovely Scrambler.

royal enfield Interceptor 650 modified into scrambler
rear profile

This scrambler look has been modified by Hardcore Custom, an auto workshop from Argentina. This particular interceptor 650 equipped with many mods and plenty of new elements, with some equipment’s remains in stock. As for the front profile, the motorcycle features with custom headlight grille along with a sporty-looking chopped fender. The single-piece handlebar remains the same but gets a new brace pad, and the rear-view mirrors have been removed, which further gives the bike a good touch in sportiness. The fuel tank gets a new brown paint job along with a muddy texture and golden finish Royal Enfield branding.

royal enfield Interceptor 650 modified into scrambler
New thick blocked pattern tyres

The same paint job and texture has been done on the side panels as well, which gets an exposed rivets style design. The bike’s rear profile has been chopped off a little and the seat is replaced by a new ribbed seat made with tan leather. The rear fender is tinny, with more tinner tail light under the seat. The rear shock absorber retains the stock golden finish which matches with the rest of the bike. The frame, engine, exhaust all sports with a glossy black finish. The tire wire-spoked wheels also blacked out and the thick blocked pattern tires are placed. Although engine modification hasn’t been confirmed, so the motorcycle will continue to powered by a 648 cc air/liquid-cooled Twin-parallel engine, rated at 47HP/52Nm, and mated with a 6-speed gearbox.

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