Triumph Motorcycles has rolled out the 2020 Street Triple RS motorcycle in the country. The middleweight sport naked bike comes with improved styling, more features and an updated engine. Despite a handful of upgrades, the price remains unchanged. The 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS has been made available at the same Rs 11.13 lakh (ex-showroom). Here’re 5 important things about the bike’s new model. Read – Bajaj-Triumph to Launch New 200cc Bike Under Rs 2 Lakh
1. Tweaked Styling
Compared to the old model, the new one looks slightly more aggressive. Upfront, the bike gets a redesigned twin headlamp, a new flyscreen and air intakes. The reshaped mirrors, updated belly pan and seat cowl and new side panels rear unit further enhance its new look. The 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS now has a new Titanium Silver mainframe. The bike gets a new Matt Jet Black colour scheme with aluminium silver and yellow decal along with the regular Silver Ice shade.
2. New Features
The 2020 model year of the sport naked motorcycle has more features to offer. It gets a new Bluetooth-enabled TFT instrument cluster along with the GoPro camera. The GoPro can be operated via Bluetooth connectivity module. It comes with turn-by-turn navigation, which is powered by Google. Read: Bajaj-Triumph Partnership – Bajaj Avenger 700 In The Works?
3. More Refined Engine
The biggest change comes in the form of the updated engine. The 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS derives its power from a BS6-compliant 765cc, liquid-cooled, in-line-triple engine that’s good enough for 123hp and 79Nm of torque. Compared to the old motor, the updated one is 2Nm torqueier and provides a stronger mid-range.
4. Multiple Ride Modes
The new Street Triple RS offers five riding modes – Road, Track, Sport, Rail and Rider-Programmable. One can adjust throttle response, traction control and ABS settings to optimize its performance as per requirement.
5. Booking & Delivery Details
Bookings and deliveries of the 2020 Triumph Street Triple RS will be commenced post lockdown. Similar to the old model, the updated one will be assembled at the bikemaker’s Haryana based facility.