There have been spy shots of the next generation Benelli TNT 600i floating around the internet. This model will most likely launch in the year 2020 and it will be powered with a BS-6 or Euro-5 compliant engine and according to the images it also gets alot of overhaul to the aesthetics.
2020 Benelli TNT 600i spy images give us a clear view of the design of the 2020 Benelli TNT 600i and this upcoming naked roadster looks more stylish and appealing than the model it will be replacing. It appears that Benelli will be equipping this bike with a projector setup which will most likely be an all LED setup along with this, the blinkers as well as the tail light will be all LED. On the other hand the instrument cluster will receive a major upgrade, as Benelli will be offering a TFT display and with this it may also be loaded with an option for Bluetooth connectivity.
Instead of the bolted fuel tank shrouds, the 2020 Benelli TNT 600i will be offered with an extended tank cover to give it an aggressive and muscular look. The split seat setup on the current model wont be carried forward and 2020 iteration will get a single piece seat setup. This model will also miss out on the under seat exhaust, it will lose the rear fender and the number plate will be installed on the tyre hugger.
The 2020 Benelli TNT 600iwith a four cylinder engine, and this engine will be now BS-6 and Euro-5 compliant. We may also expect Benelli to offer some slight revision on the displacement of this engine. As of now, the current model is powered with a 600c, inline four, liquid cooled mill that churns out 85 bhp of power and 54.6Nm of twist.
From the image we get to know that the front suspension setup gets an upside down fork, but the rear setup isnt visible, it can be expected that a similar monoshock unit from the current can be used. Rest of the hardware such as the front dual disc setup and single setup at the rear with dual channel ABS will be the same but it may also come loaded with other electronic aids. Next Gen 2020 Benelli TNT 600i will be showcased at EICMA motorcycle show which will be held in Milan.