Alleged Naked Benelli TNT Tornado 150 Has Been Patended, could come to India later but worldwide unveil could happen in November 2018
Benelli wants to capture every possible segment in the world and in each market of the country it is. The manufacturer wants to make it big in the Asian markets and wants to lash out at Japanese manufacturer. It is set to target their premium offering in the 150cc segment with its codenamed vehicle for now, the BJ150-31. Something that is likely to be named as the Tornado 150 when it is launched or unveiled. We expect everything to happen this year in some parts of the world. We have some details for you listed below.
Benelli Tornado 150 Design and Dimensions
The manufacturer always takes influence from the KTM range of motorcycles for some reason. The headligh resembles to the new 2017 Duke 390 as it is flat and wide. The tank is scooped and large. The tail-section is minimum and depicts purposeful visual. Stepped seat, floating tank cowl at the front, engine belly fairing all shout that this motorcycle is a sporty motorcycle with racy intentions.
Benelli Tornado 150 Chassis, suspension and brakes
Perimeter frame, monoshock suspension, 110 section tyre at front and 140 section at the rear should come with this motorcycle. Upside down forks, disc brakes on both end which are single units are seen. We expect to see the same hardware as the TNT 25 for the sporty intent that the motorcycle has.
Benelli Tornado 150 Price and Launch
2020 launch in India can be expected. Pricing should fall around Rs. 1.5 Lakh mark
Benelli Tornado 150 Engine And Specification
The engine will be a liquid-cooled, 4-valve, fuel-injected motor making around 18-20 PS of power and 14-15 Nm of torque. The weight should be around 140 kgs. The high revving motor is likely to sound good in true Benelli tradition.
Benelli Tornado 150 Safety and Features
ABS will be a part of the motorcycle. Features will bare basic in the form of a packed instrument cluster with most likely MID.
Benelli Tornado 150 Competition
Honda CBR150R, Yamaha R15 and Suzuki GSX-R150