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Scrambler, six new different interpretations: Benelli Leoncino, Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled, Yamaha SCR900, BMW R nineT Scrambler, Moto Guzzi V7II Stornello and Triumph Street Scrambler.

Benelli Leoncino

Parallel twin, 499,6cc, 47,6 HP / 35 kW (8500 rpm), 45 Nm (4500 rpm), 170 kg.

Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled

L-Twin, 803 cc, 75 HP / 55 kW (8250 rpm), 68 Nm (5750 rpm), 191 kg.

Yamaha SCR950

60° V-twin, 942 cc, 52,1 HP / 38,3 kW (5500 rpm), 79,5 Nm (3000 rpm), 252 kg.

BMW R nineT Scrambler

Air/oil-cooled flat twin (boxer), 1170 cc, 110 HP / 81 kW (7750 rpm), 116 Nm (6000 rpm), 210 kg.

Moto Guzzi V7II Stornello

90° transverse V-twin engine, 744 cc, 48 HP / 35 KW (6700 rpm), 59,6 Nm (3250 rpm), 186 kg.

Triumph Street Scrambler

270° crank angle parallel twin, 900cc, 54 HP / 40,5 kW (5900 rpm), 80 Nm (3230 rpm), 200 kg.

Sources: Moto Guzzi, Triumph Motorcycles, BMW-Motorrad, Ducati Scrambler, Yamaha, Benelli.