The Street Triple is expected to be available in 4 variants.
Updated back in 2012, the naked roadster has been a huge crowd puller thanks to its maniac capabilities and unconventional looks. The 2017 Triumph Street Triple (facelift) will be launched on January 10, and Triumph has now released a teaser video on its social media channels.
The teaser boasts that the bike will create a new benchmark in power weight, handling and looks. The new TFT screen will show information about riding modes available in the Triumph Street Triple (except in the base variant). The iconic bug-eyed headlamps have been given a slightly rounded touch.
The engine is expected to be a derivative of the new 800 cc mill seen in the Triumph Tiger. The present version of the Triumph Street Triple utilises the 675 cc three pot mill from the Triumph Daytona 675 in a different tune. The new mill is expected to produce a power output ranging from 110 bhp to 125 bhp, depending on the trim level. The 2017 Triumph Street triple is also expected to get traction control and ride by wire as standard along with ABS in all trim levels.
With Triumph India being aggressive with the Indian market, the new Triumph Street Triple can be expected next year in the local market.