Indian arm of the British premium motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles has launched the new version of its Triumph Street Triple S sportsbike in India for Rs 8.50 Lakhs (Ex-Delhi). The new version of the Street Triple S gets new designs and an all new 765 engine series derived from Triumph Daytona. The sportsbike also rears a new gullwind rear swingarm which clams for an improved stability and overall handling at higher speeds. Talking at the launch, Vimal Sumbly, Managing Director, Triumph Motorcycles India said, "Our ambition was to deliver a state of the art roadster that is both addictive everyday fun and a full track weapon but with its own distinctive attitude. The Triumph Streer Triple S delivers and these while demonstrating unique
levels of power, performance, technology and suspension."
This new roadster is developed from the Triumph's flagship Daytona Sportsbike. The company claims that the new version has over 80 new parts including new crank, pistons and Nikasil plated aluminium barrels with increased bore and stroke. The kerb weight of the bike is at 166 kgs and Triumph claims this is the lightest motorcycles in this segment. Globally the Triumph Street Triple is available in three variants but India only gets the base 'S' variant with the 765 cc engine shedding out 113 PS of power and 73 Nm of torque mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It also gets both
ABS and traction control with two riding modes.