It will have “more fun, more performance, more capability and even more beautiful custom style”, their blurb says.
You can make of that what you will.
Perhaps it means higher-lift cams, six-speed transmission, self-self-cancelling indicators and more colour choices.
They can’t add too much more to the base-model Street Twin or it would crowd out the Street Cup.
The 900cc Street Scrambler ($15,900 +ORC) is our pick of the range for its balance of weight, power, handling and range.
But that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved.
It might also get the same performance and feature updates, and colour choices as the Street Twin.
The blurred images in the video don’t tell us much and the captions of “beautiful, capable, fun and even better” don’t give much away.
We will know on Tuesday. Hopefully they don’t cost much more than the current retail prices.
Bonneville model assault
Despite the traditionalists bemoaning the introduction in 2016 of water-cooling and moving from a 360-degree firing interval to 270 like in the 865cc cruiser models, it’s been a very successful revamp of the Bonneville range.