Two New Street Triple RS Colors Introduced By Triumph Motorcycles India


Triumph India introduces 2 new colour options for the Street Triple RS. Crystal White and Matt Jet Black.

Triumph is keeping its best-seller, the Triple RS valid in the Indian market with new initiatives and one of them today is the color scheme introduction. There are two color schemes that are introduced today. Let’s look what the Triple RS continues to offer.

The Street Triple RS features all-new, angle adjustable colour 5” TFT instruments for riders to access the new on-board computer. There are three different screen display styles to choose from, pre-set to the riding modes and changeable easily on the move. To ensure that the screen is readable in all weather and light conditions, each of the three styles can be selected with ‘High’ or ’Auto’ contrast.

On the RS this presents additional features including two trip displays, average and instantaneous fuel consumption, range to empty, riding mode selection, display style and contrast settings, service information, coolant temperature, warning symbol information and a lap timer.’

Two New Street Triple RS Colors (1)

The Street Triple RS comes with an additional set of 3 more screen display styles. The second set presenting a more dynamic display theme and includes a lap timer that is exclusive to the ‘RS’. New ride-by-wire throttle with up to five riding modes, New full colour 5” angle adjustable TFT instruments, New switchgear incorporating a 5 way joystick and a quick shifter and lap timer

The Street Triple RS comes with the highest-specification Showa big piston ø41mm front forks, adjustable for preload, rebound and compression damping. The rear suspension unit is a premium Öhlins STX40 piggyback reservoir monoshock.

Developed from the celebrated race bred ‘Daytona’ engine, the new 765cc Street Triple engine delivers a major step up in power and torque. With more than 80 new parts including new crank, pistons and Nikasil plated aluminum barrels and an increased bore and stroke. The result is a significant advance in performance, particularly low-down and in the mid-range. All-new 765cc engine derived from the celebrated Triumph Daytona 123PS peak power @ 11,700 rpm and a Lighter freer flowing exhaust, revised air box, gearbox and new slip and assist clutch

All new gullwing rear swingarm for improved higher speed stability Higher level specification of suspension, brakes and tyres. More of the Speed Triple’s ‘nose-down’ focussed attitudeMore contemporary and aggressive lines, with new bodywork and sportier twin seat Higher quality finish and detailing throughout with new premium colour schemes.

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