more info from LA times article.. http://www.latimes.com/business/auto...924-story.htmlwhen I search of #scrambler on instagram a bunch of people are posting 4 different models. can't find anything on google atm though.. looks pretty neat, I like it because it looks simple and tidy.The new one sports an 800cc L-Twin engine, based on elements from the Monster 796 and the Hypermotard 796. It's water- and air-cooled and fuel-injected, and puts out 75HP and 50-foot-pounds of torque.
That power plant chain-drives a 17-inch rear wheel through a 6-speed transmission, for a total package that weighs only 375 pounds dry. Suspension (adjustable in the rear) is by Kayaba, brake calipers are by Brembo, and the knobby-look Pirelli MT60RS were developed especially for this model.