The Benelli TNT 1130 R's chiselled body, aggressive styling and the capable chassis perfectly embodies the hooligan spirited naked motorcycles, with a touch of Italian flavour. It gets elegant yet indisputably sporty lines, which is accentuated by the exposed frame. While the Benelli TNT 1130 Rs styling might not suit everyone's tastes, the motorcycle does stand out in the crowd. The exhaust system in itself is a work of art. The exhaust manifolds wraps itself around the engine getting off at the bottom and then climbs back up again towards the tail, where it ends in a racing endpipe, perfectly integrated between the number license plate holder and the tail lamp.
The Benelli 1130 TNT R bike is built around a tubular steel trellis bolstered with strong aluminium plates in the pivot of the swingarm. It is powered by an inline triple engine which delivers 155 bhp @ 10200rpm and 120Nm @ 8400rpm of torque through a six-speed transmission with dry clutch. Suspension duties are taken care of by adjustable 50mm inverted Marzocchi forks at the front and a Sachs monoshock absorber in the rear. The lightweight forged aluminium five-spoke alloy wheels are equipped with two 320mm discs at the front and a 240mm single disc in the rear.
Bnelli TNT 1130 R is avaliable in on White shade and Carbon Black on request. TNT 1130 R competes BMW S 1000R, Kawasaki Z1000, Yamaha FZ1 and Suzuki GSX S1000.