Triumph Motorcycles expected to launch two new models
Triumph Motorcycles is currently launch a new visitor center. Triumph Motorcycles has already sent an invitation out and tweeted about the approaching visitor center at its headquarters. On the schedule is the launching of two new bikes, and we have reason to feel that one of the two new motorcycles will be a cruiser edition of the Triumph Bonneville series. The Triumph Bonneville Cruiser was spotted testing in Spain, and this might be among the versions Triumph is getting ready to launch. The version to be launched could be the new Triumph Speed Triple, which will be due for an upgrade.
The motor is predicted to be the 1200 cc parallel-twin engine as the Bonneville Bobber, which makes 76 bhp of 106 Nm of peak torque and power at 6,100 rpm . The cruiser will get slightly different ergonomics with forwards set driver footpegs and a smaller 16-inch front wheel with twin disc brakes on the front wheel. The adapt a passenger seat and pillion back-rest and are also different.
If Triumph manages to cost the new cruiser beneath or simply around Rs.10 lakh (ex-showroom) in India, the British motorcycle manufacturer’s bestselling modern classic array could maybe have yet another winner, along with an inexpensive product for cruiser fans. Currently, Triumph has cruisers in its own multi-faceted merchandise line-up, but the Triumph Thunderbird family range starts at Rs. 14.45 lakh (ex-showroom) with all the Thunderbird Storm, while the Thunderbird LT is priced at Rs. 16.81 lakh (ex-showroom). At the top of the lineup Triumph Rocket III is priced upwards of Rs. 20 lakh. A cheaper cruiser in the Rs 10-11 lakh mount might become the most up-to-date trump card of Triumph to the cruiser segment, not only for India, but for the global sales of Triumph too.