Benelli is said to be working on a new 125 cc to 750 cc range.
Benelli’s upcoming 750 cc naked roadster, which might be called Benelli TNT750, has been photographed fully uncamouflaged. With a clean design language, the Sino-Italian brand is aiming to increase their market share in Europe.
The Benelli TNT750 will be endowed with upside down forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. Although unconfirmed, the Benelli TNT750 might get some levels of adjustability. Codenamed BJ750GS, the bike will be powered by a new twin-cylinder mill with an output of around 100 bhp placing it against the upcoming KTM 790 Duke.
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The Benelli TNT750 moves away from the layout seen in the TNT model line-up on sale now. The exhaust pipes form a single exhaust canister which is set high up unlike the standard design seen in most motorcycles. The headlamp gets what seems to be twin projectors located vertically.
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The exposed steel trellis frame adds to the sporty look which will remind you of its monstrous cousin from Bologna. The single-seat layout though could have been made more aggressive. With DSK Benelli performing so well in India, it would not be a surprise if they launch the Benelli TNT750 in India soon after the global launch.
The Benelli TNT750 can be expected to make its global debut at EICMA 2017 in November.