First the engine. Not much was released in terms of technical specifications. But taking a close look it appears that the engine is very compact for the displacement and shares the same basic layout at the engine used in the Scout. The cylinders are not on the same longitudinal plane and that leads to presume that the crankshaft of modern design, forged, turning on plain bearings (like the Indian units), and with the connecting rods sitting side by side. The short cylinders are not integral with the crankcase, while the heads are tall and narrow, suggesting that the valves are set at a very narrow included angle. The inlet ports indicate a downdraft induction system with throttle bodies up in an airbox that might be located where the fuel tank traditionally is.