It uses the same engine as the Brutus. It’s a 45hp single from Chinese firm Dinli, which currently sees service in several quad bikes and a Dinli-branded, Chinese-market cruiser. Unusually, it’s bolted to a belt-and-cone continuously variable transmission like a scooter’s, making the new Moto Parilla a twist-and-go machine. The initial SUV 750, presuming it carries over the Brutus styling, will be a go-anywhere model. It’s like a two-wheeled quad, or perhaps a large-engined Rokon Ranger. But the new patent reveals a street bike that, while perhaps less attention-grabbing, will ultimately be more usable.