Triumph is all set to launch the Street Triple 765 S today in India and dealerships across the country have already started accepting bookings for it. Internationally, the company sells the Street Triple 765 in three variants- S, R and RS. For India, Triumph will launch the S variant first, while the R and RS variant will be introduced later. As for the prices, the British motorcycle company will introduce the Street Triple 765 at around Rs 10.5 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. Stay tuned for live updates from the event.
12:15 pm: The British motorcycle manufacturer will bring the R version of the Street Triple in India by the end of this year
12:05 pm: The Street Triple is priced at Rs 8.50 lakh, Ex-showroom Delhi
12:03pm: 90 percent of the bikes including the Street Triple S will be locally assembled
12:01pm: The Street Triple S is available with 60 plus accessories including quick shifter and Arrow exhaust
12:00pm: New Street Triple S feature a sharper design language as it is based on the Daytona 675R
11:55am: The new Street Triple S offers 41 percent more powerful, based on the 675cc engine but now us 765 cc with 80 new mechanical parts
11:47 am: Out of the two percent growth rate of two wheelers in India, The 500 cc plus segment is over 20 percent and Triumph India commands 64 percent of the share
11:35 am: The new Street Triple S can be fitted with a quick-shifter as an accessory option. The quick-shifter boosts the clutch action to up to 2.5 times quicker than the standard clutch up-shift
11:31 am: The Street Triple 765 S comes with two riding modes- Road and Rain and the instrument console shows riding mode symbol, gear position display, odometer, fuel gauge, trip meter and journey distance
11:22 am: The Street Triple 765 S gets all new bodywork, which includes new fly-screen with integrated air intakes and new inner and outer radiator cowls. Also, it gets a black powder coated main frame, sub-frame and swing-arm.
11: 18 am: The motorcycle measures 2,065mm in length,1,410 mm in wheelbase, 1,060mm in height and has a seat height of 810mm. It has a fuel tank capacity of 17.4 litres and has a kerb weight of 166 kg
11:13 am: The Street Triple S gets features such as an all-new gull wing swing-arm, LED headlamps, LCD instrument cluster and twin seat design
11:10 am: The Street 765 will have an aluminium twin beam spar chassis with a new twin sided swing arm. While suspension will be provided by Showa, with upside down independent function front shocks.
10:57 am: The Street Triple 765 comes equipped with 310 mm dual disc setup at the front and a Brembo 220 mm single piston disc brake at the rear. ABS comes as a standard fitment on all versions including the R as well as the RS trims, and can be switched off for a more hand-on approach.
10:52 am: The new generation of Street Triple gets an increased amount of electronics for safety and performance. These include riding modes, and is also equipped with ride-by-wire, ABS, switchable traction control and quick shifter.
10:48 am: The 2017 Street Triple is powered by a 765cc engine that produces three power states across the trims. The S trim produces 111 hp of power and 73 Nm of peak torque, while 116 hp in R trim and 121 hp of power on RS variant. The R and RS variant churn out the same torque at 77 Nm and are mated to 6-speed transmission.
10:34 am: The new Street Triple has grown in almost every area including engine displacement. Instead of the 650 cc engine in the earlier model, the new one will come with a more powerful 765 cc engine. This will also push the motorcycles positioning a level ahead of its predecessor and bring it closer to 800 cc motorcycles.