The Granpasso is a sharply styled maxi-enduro with touches like the small headlight/windscreen arrangement that makes the front look so arrogantly innovative. The 87-degree powerplant belongs to the smoothly tuned 9½, good for about 120 hp and 80 ft.-lb. of torque. Teamed to a six-speed transmission, this muscular Twin should ensure excellent all-around performance. The Granpasso shares the tubular frame with the 9½, featuring a side-mounted Öhlins shock absorber with 7.9 inches of travel. The rear swingarm is a beautiful new hydroformed unit. At the front is a massive 50mm Marzocchi inverted fork with 7.5 inches of travel. This long travel in front and rear confirms that the Granpasso is set up like a real dual-purpose enduro, not a supermoto, and features spoked, aluminum rims shod with semi-knobbed tires, a 110/80-19 front and 150/70-17 rear. The wheelbase spans 59 inches, seat height is a reasonable 33 inches and fuel capacity is 6.6 gallons. The bike weighs-in at a claimed 437 pounds dry.