Triumph Daytona 765 limited edition has been unveiled at the British MotoGP round at Silverstone circuit

Triumph Daytona 765 is at its newest and most powerful iteration with this special Moto2 edition. Only 765 units of Moto2 edition will be made with a unique serial number etched below the ignition. This will be the first road-legal model to be branded with official license from the MotoGP rights holders Dorna.

It was Peter Hickman who rode the new Daytona 765 special edition on a parade lap at Silverstone.

Powering the Daytona 765 is a Street Triple sourced 3-cylinder 765cc engine. This engine pumps out 128bhp at 12,250tpm and 80Nm torque at 9750rpm. Power figure remains more or less similar but the torque is now 10Nm more than the previous Daytona 675. The engine now revs higher by about 600rpm than the Street Triple RS. Redline for Daytona 765 comes in at 13,250rpm.

The Daytona 765 limited edition Moto2 engine comes with these top-notch pieces of equipment-

  • Titanium inlet valves
  • Stronger Pistons
  • MotoGP-spec DLC coated gudgeon pins
  • New cam profiles
  • New intake trumpets
  • Increased compression ratio

On top of all these bells and whistles, Daytona Moto2 is blessed with an Arrow Titanium race exhaust end can which is tuned to deliver a raw racing sound.

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2019 Daytona 765 comes with TFT instrument cluster which will provide all riding information to the rider. There are five riding modes – Rain, Road, Sport, Track, and Rider configurable. All these modes adjust the throttle map via ride-by-wire, traction control as well as ABS settings in order to provide seamless riding dynamics under different road conditions.


Triumph India has not yet revealed its plans whether the limited edition Daytona 765 will launch in India or not. However, the production-spec Daytona 765 is expected to launch in India in 2020. If launched, the bike will carry a price tag greater than Rs 12 lakh ex-showroom.

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