As per reports, Triumph Motorcycle is reportedly working on a water-cooled Bonneville Scrambler that was recently spied by motorcyclistonline. This Scramble is based closely based on the Street Twin and features such as engine, headlights, fenders and fuel tank are borrowed from it. The prime difference between both bikes is the absence of alloy wheel which is available as standard in Street twin; instead, it is fitted with wire wheels, dual sports tyres and high handlebars.
As mentioned earlier, it will share the same motor that powers Street-Twin. This Liquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin engine is capable of producing over 54.9 bhp of power at 5900 rpm along with 80 Nm of torque at 3230rpm, it is mated to 5-speed transmission. However, these power figures will be slightly different on the new upcoming Scrambler.
Though Triumph also offers a Scrambler styled Kit for the Street Twin, the components in the kit are very different from this spied test mule. The exhaust pipe available in the kit is a single silencer and without the catalytic converter, while the one seen in the prototype has two openings. Also, the catalytic converter is also available at the front of the exhaust that helps in reducing the emission and noise levels.