A full set of studio images of the upcoming 2020 Benelli TNT600i have surfaced online. The leaked images which show the upcoming bike from all angles is completely different from the spy images of the bike which were earlier clicked at a production facility in China. The new 2020 Benelli TNT600i is expected to make its global debut at EICMA 2019 in November.
The upcoming TNT600i clearly looks inspired from its elder siblings, the TNT899 and TNT1130. It gets a new LED headlight setup with side-by-side lamps, blinkers integrated into the tank shrouds, and a dual-tone theme. And, there’s a completely different rear end. It now drops the under-seat exhaust for an underbelly position. The leaked images also show a split-style seat. Also, the rear number plate and rear blinkers now sit on the tyre hugger.
The 2020 TNT600i will continue to be powered by an inline four-cylinder engine, although the displacement could be slightly different in the Euro 5 emission norms. The current motor makes 87 hp and 54.6 Nm of torque, and comes mated to a 6-speed transmission. Expect a slight change in the output figures of the upcoming model.
The Benelli TNT600i was the most affordable four-cylinder motorcycle in the country and we expect the next-gen TNT600i will be priced attractively as well.