Over the years, Italian motorcycle brands have left us awestruck with the amazing art they create on two wheels.
Benelli has been the sort of master craftsmen which keeps on surprising bike enthusiasts like me, asking for more. The marque have made some extremely gorgeous motorcycles in the past but since the Qianjiang Group acquired the brand, it has gone into some sort of hibernation. But now Benelli is all ready to showcase the world their latest work of art, the Benelli BN600 motorbike.
The stage is all but set for this beauty come the EICMA show next month. Featuring a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected DOHC four-valve 600cc engine, this inline-four street-naked which produces 81PS of power is all ready to rumble. Look’s like Benelli are making a move from their quirky triples to new “Japanese” four-cylinder power plants.
The chassis of the BN600 is a steel trellis/aluminum plate design, with 50mm USD forks and 320mm radial brakes. Rounding out the specs are the BN600′s 17″ wheels with 120/70 & 180/55 tires, front to back respectively. The fuel tank capacity is of 16 liters, and white, black, and orange are the colours in which the BN600 will be draped in.
The BN600 is still a sharp looking machine which will be all set to be available by mid-2013. Pricing thought have not yet been confirmed.