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Triumph Speed Twin

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Expected Launch - April, 2019

Key Specs of Triumph Speed Twin

Engine1200 cc
Maximum Speed180 kmph
Power97 PS @ 6750rpm
BrakesDouble Disc
Cooling SystemLiquid Cooled
StartSelf Start Only

Triumph Speed Twin Highlights

6th December 2018: Triumph has added yet another neo-retro bike to its lineup. Christened as the Speed Twin, the bike bridges the gap between the Bonneville T120 and the Thruxton. In essence, the Speed Twin takes certain design cues from the T120 and blends it with the Thruxton’s performance. On the design front, the bike gets a dual-tone paint job, LED lighting, bar-end mirrors, a Monza style fuel-filler cap and premium brushed aluminum parts.

Powering the Triumph Speed Twin is a ‘High Power’ 1200cc, SOHC, 8-valve, parallel-twin motor derived from the Thruxton. That said, a couple of components of this engine have been modified to suit the character of the Speed Twin and also makes it 2.5kg lighter than the Thruxton’s engine. The motor is good for 97PS of power and 112Nm. Along with the engine update, the Speed Twin also borrows a couple of electronic rider aids like three riding modes (Sport, Road and Rain), ride-by-wire, a torque-assist clutch, ABS and switchable traction control. 

The Roadster uses a double-cradle frame with 41mm USD cartridge forks and twin rear shocks which get preload adjustability. Anchoring the bike is a twin disc setup paired with Brembo four-piston calipers at the front and a single disc at the rear, coupled with a Nissin two-pot caliper. Its blacked out 17-inch alloys come shod in 120-section front and 160-section rear Pirelli Rosso Corsa 3 tyres. The Triumph Speed Twin will be offered in two colour schemes - red and black. While the Roadster will be launched in the international markets in the month of January next year, we expect the bike to arrive at Indian shores by mid-2019. The Triumph Speed Twin is expected to be priced around the Rs 10 lakh mark and once launched India, it’ll compete with the BMW R nineT and the Kawasaki Z900RS.

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Triumph Speed Twin Price

UPCOMINGSpeed Twin STDRs.10,00,000Estimated Price
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Triumph Speed Twin Colours

Jet Black
Jet Black

Triumph Speed Twin Specifications

Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
Fuel Capacity14.5 L
Engine TypeLiquid Cooled, 270° Crank Angle Parallel Twin, 8 Valve, SOHC
Displacement1200 cc
Maximum Speed180 kmph
Body Typesports-naked,cafe-racer

Triumph Speed Twin Features

ABSDual Channel
Head LampLED
LED Tail LightY
Riding ModesRain,Road,Sports
Traction ControlYes
Cruise ControlNo
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