- Scrambler 650 concept showcased
- Gets wire-spoke wheels, raise fender
- Production model debut next year
There’s a new Scrambler in town and this time it is from BSA. The British brand recently unveiled a Scrambler concept in the UK.
From the pictures, it is clear that the concept features a rugged styling. The bike is equipped with wire-spoke wheels, raised front fender, a headlight grill and a single seat. While the brand calls this a concept, there’s a high chance of this exact model making it to production as all the parts look production ready.
In terms of performance, the BSA Scrambler concept gets the 652cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that is seen on the Goldstar. This motor makes around 46bhp and a peak torque of 55Nm and is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
The Scrambler is expected to feature a twin-pod instrument cluster with a semi-digital layout. The left side will include an analogue speedometer along with an LCD to display the odometer. The right side of the console, on the other hand, will feature a tachometer and a digital fuel gauge. All the telltale indicators sit in between the two dials.
We are expecting the production model to make its official debut sometime next year. In terms of the India launch, well, the BSA brand is primarily for Europe markets, but we could eventually see this brand in India in a few years.