The current Street Scrambler has KYB 41mm telescopic forks and KYB twin shocks with adjustable preload, but the coming 1200ccc Scrambler has Showa upside-down forks and Öhlins twin-shocks with a longer swingarm and possibly more travel and clearance.
The Street Scrambler comes with a 19-inch front, but the bigger model has a 21-inch front hoop on a spoked rim that can now accommodate tubeless tyres like some of BMW’s GS models.
Brakes will also be uprated from the current 310mm disc on the front and 255mm disc on the back but the new model has twin Brmebo monoblocks.
There may also be more hi-tech equipment such as engine modes, multiple-stage traction control and ABS with special dirt modes.
Other dirt features include handguards, sump guard, body protection and probably a high-clearance front fender although it is missing from the spy photos.
It comes wth a nice quilted leather seat and LED headlight.