Benelli earlier showed the Royal Enfield-rivalling Imperiale 400 and the new Ducati xDiavel-inspired Benelli 402S, and it also showed three more bikes at EICMA.
The smallest is the TRK251, which is an adventure bike that bears resemblance to the bigger TRK 502, which is going to launch in India soon. It’s powered by a 249cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled motor that makes 25.8hp and 21.2Nm. The second is the 302S, which is essentially a more stylish version of the existing TNT300. The new bike gets cleaner and minimal bodywork but manages to look muscular. The engine on this bike makes 38hp and 25.8Nm. The 302S will most likely replace the TNT300 in India sometime late 2018.
The final bike on display is the 752S, which is a naked bike powered by a brand-new 754cc, liquid-cooled, parallel twin engine. The engine makes 81.6hp and 67Nm and Benelli says that the 752S has been tuned for a rich and powerful sound. The 752S could only arrive later in 2018.