To be offered in 3 new variants – S, R, and RS in UK; Indian launch expected late this year.
Truimph Motorcycles have took the wraps-off the new MY2017 Street Triple naked sportbike, with new styling elements and mechanical updates. The range consists of 3 variants with varying power outputs – Street Triple S (113 PS), Street Triple R (118 PS), and Street Triple RS (123 PS). While the S version is a basic, everyday kind-of sportbike, the R and RS comes with more sophisticated techs.
The new Street Triple boasts refreshed styling elements including the new fly screen, radiator cowls, air intake panel, and other body panels. The R and RS variants feature day-time running lights and sporty panel graphics, along with taller seat height (32.48 inches). The new bikes still uses the same Daytona sportbike chassis as the out-going model.
The new Street Triple features a new 765 cc in-line 3-cylinder engine producing 113-123 PS of power and 71-76 Nm of peak torque. This is a notable boost comparing to the 105 PS and 67 Nm output rating of the out-going model. The new bike is also much lighter (by two kgs) than before, with more than 80 new component updates including engine parts like pistons, crank, and swing-arm. Gear ratios in the first and second gears are shortened for improved acceleration.
The entire range of the Street Triple gets ride-by-wire technology, traction control, ABS, and performance riding modes. The R and RS variants, in addition, gets adjustable ABS, slipper clutch, and a colour TFT instrumentation display with five-way joystick for navigating menus. The RS also features a quickshifter for upshifts and a lap timer.
The top-end Street Triple RS is tuned for track performance, with 5 riding modes, Ohlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock, 310 mm disc brake up front with Brembo 4-piston, radially mounted monobloc calipers and 220 mm disc at rear with single piston caliper. It also gets the brute Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SPs tyres.
The company is already offering the Street Triple family (out-going model) in the Indian market, with a starting price of INR 7.91 Lakhs. The MY2017 bikes are expected to reach Indian shores by the latter part of this year.