SG: Well, you might call it a volume product and I suppose it could be in Norton terms, but I don't think the 650 twin will be one by the standards of other brands. Yes, it is indeed on the engineers' drawing board, it's been there for a good few months, and it will once again be a parallel-twin, which in essence is derived from the 1200cc 72º V4 we're also working on, so there will be a reasonable amount of similarity between the two. The 650 will be a liquid cooled, double overhead cam, eight-valve parallel-twin, and its engine will essentially be the V4 with one bank of cylinders chopped off it, so there will be some considerable engineering overlap. For a small business like ours to have two brand new engines in development at the same time is an incredibly big financial commitment for us, and potentially very risky. We've now started what is a very important two-year development window for Norton to get these engines perfected, and powering new models in the marketplace. But they'll be quite different from our existing core product, the pushrod air/oil-cooled Commando which will of course stay in production, and will be unaffected by these two new platforms.