- Triumph has decided to launch its new Triumph Street Triple RS motorcycle in India, giving it a virtual release by announcing the release on their official website.
- This machine is integrated with the updated Moto2 derived engine which has an augmented power production than before.
- The new graphic design has given the motorcycle an aggressive look.
Triumph Motorcycles Ltd. is the largest UK owned company popularly known for its manufacturing of super bikes. The outbreak of COVID-19 has affected the automobile industries all around the world, many automobile launches are being delayed and among them is the much awaited 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS is also postponed. But as the proverb says, “Where there is a will, there is a way”, Triumph has decided to launch Street Triple RS by giving it a virtual release or one can say that they will announce the release of Street Triple RS on their official website tomorrow, i.e. on 22nd April at 11:30 AM.
The Street Triple RS is powered by Moto2 derived engine, the 765cc triple cylinder engine generates a maximum of 121 bhp @11750 rpm and 79 Nm of peak torque @ 9350 rpm. Triumph has claimed that the engine now comes with a different set of tune which makes 9 percent more power but the torque remains the same, this has made the motorcycle smoother that before. With better throttle response of the engine than before, the motorcycle riding experience has also been improved.
With handsome performance the motorcycle also has amazing body frame work, new graphic design and sharp beast like headlamps which has given it an aggressive look. The braking system is took cared by Brembo brakes at the front followed with top-spec M50 four-piston Monobloc front calipers, new flying screen, quick shifters for quick cornering and riding modes. The motorcycle will be available in two color schemes, first is matte jet black with aluminum silver and the other is yellow decals and silver red with diablo red and aluminum silver decals. The price is expected to be around ₹11.13 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi) which we can say value for money by looking at the motorcycle.