Most recent photos revealed on social media display a purported 1,000 cc superbike from QJMotor, the Chinese brand name of the Qianjiang Group and sister brand of Benelli. The styling is pretty equivalent to the QJMotor 600RR that was disclosed in up to date variety previous 12 months. But the product witnessed in the photographs could be considerably farther from a manufacturing product, given absent by the fact that the bike in the pics sports two unique colour schemes on each individual aspect.

The QJMotor 1,000 cc superbike athletics winglets on the fairing, underscoring the bike’s efficiency-oriented lineage.

What is noteworthy is that beneath the skin, the 1,000 cc QJMotor bicycle shares the similar motor, body, swingarm and the quad exhaust shops from the MV Agusta Brutale 1000. The gas tank also has a related form as the Brutale 1000’s. The only mechanical components which are various is the front fork, which is a Marzocchi unit, quite possibly produced in China, a outcome of Marzocchi’s partnership with Qianjiang to established up Chinese output services in early 2022.

The use of the hardware from the MV Agusta Brutale 1000 is a purely natural evolution in a way. In 2020, Qianjiang and MV Agusta declared that MV Agusta would present 1,000 cc inline 4-cylinder engines to be applied in long term Benelli-branded types to be generated by Qianjiang. When there’s no information of a new litre-course Benelli superbike but, the guardian business would seem to have made a decision to use the powerplant in the QJMotor brand name, which has been fast escalating, notably in the domestic Chinese current market, over the past couple of many years.

The only clarity which continues to be is how these distinctive motorcycle brands will preserve each other’s intellectual assets. KTM’s parent business Pierer Mobility has already obtained 25 for each cent stake in MV Agusta, which is observed as a first stage in finish acquisition of the Italian brand name. KTM currently has a connection with another Chinese agency CFMoto, which manufactures some mid-dimensions KTM engines in China.