01.20 pm: The new Triumph Street Triple RS has been launched in India at INR 10.55 lakh (ex-showroom India).
01.10 pm: The new 2017 Street Triple comes loaded with features which includes features such as ride-by-wire, switchable ABS, 5-inch instrument panel and others.
01.06 pm: Triumph India has witnessed a 27 percent growth in last quarter and the company enjoys 28 percent market share.
01.04 pm: The company has sold more than 63,000 motorcycles in the country in last 4 years of operations in India.
01.02 pm: Triumph Motorcycle India urges to emerge as largest premium motorcycle brand across the globe.
12.59 pm: Triumph Motorcycle India will be focusing more on dealership network as the company will launch 3 dealerships across the country this quarter which includes Goa, Mangalore and Gurgaon.
12.55 pm: Mr Vimal Sumbly talks about the accomplishments of the brand in the domestic market along with future plans in this quarter.
12.52 pm: Mr. Vimal Sumbly, M.D Triumph Motorcycles India takes the center stage to take the launch proceedings further.
12.50 pm: The launch proceedings for the all-new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS has commenced. Keep refreshing the page for quick updates.
12.48 pm: The new Triumph Street Triple RS bike will get two colour options – Matt Silver Ice and Phantom Black.
12.40 pm: Triumph Motorcycles India will launch the new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS in India as the event is about to commence.
12.37 pm: As far as the dimensions are concerned, the Street Triple RS gets an overall length of 2,065 mm along with a width of 735 mm and a height of 1060 mm.
12.32 pm: The new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS gets 5 riding modes to choose from, which are Road, Rain, Sport, Track and Rider.
12.30 pm: The new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS will be loaded with features and electronic equipments as compared to its younger sibling – Street Triple S.
12.23 pm: As a reminder, the British bike manufacturer introduced the Street Triple S motorcycle in the country earlier this year.
12.20 pm: The new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS also comes 5-inch full colour TFT screen which can act as a instrumentation console that can be programmed in three different styles.
12.16 pm: The new 2017 Street Triple RS bags Brembo brakes, updated 41 mm Showa big piston forks at the front along with an Ohlins monoshock suspension at the rear.
12.14 pm: The power motor on the 2017 Street Triple RS comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox that features a torque-assisted clutch which helps in quick gearshifts.
12.12 pm: The new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS comes powered by a 765cc, in-line 3 motor tuned to develop 121 bhp @ 11,700 rpm and a peak torque of 77 Nm @ 10,800 rpm.
12.10 pm: This top end model in the Street Triple range will take on the rivals like Ducati Monster 821 and the Kawasaki Z900 in India.
12.07 pm: The launch proceedings for the new 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS will commence soon. Stay tuned for more quick updates from the launch event.
12.05 pm: The powerful Street Triple RS will borrow the same engine from its younger sibling, but is tuned in different state for more power and performance.
12.00 pm: The new Triumph Street Triple RS is the top ranging variant in the Street Triple offering in Triumph’s line up which is expected to be priced around INR 10 lakh (ex-showroom).
11.55 am: Triumph Motorcycles India will be launching the racetrack version of Street Triple range which is called as Street Triple RS today.
Triumph Motorcycles India will today unveil a new chapter in the middle-weight performance motorcycle segment in India as the company is all set to launch the Triumph Street Triple RS in India. The company recently bestowed Indian motorcycle enthusiasts by launching the Triumph Street Scrambler in India. Triumph dealerships have already started taking official bookings for the Street Triple RS in India at an amount of INR 1 lakh. The top-end model in the Street Triple line is expected to come with a price tag in the range of INR 10 lakh to INR 10.50 lakh (ex-showroom). Also Read: 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS Launch LIVE Streaming: Watch online telecast and live stream of Street Triple RS
The top of the line Triumph Street Triple RS is powered by the same 765 cc in-line 3-cylinder, liquid cooled engine that powers the regular 2017 Triumph Street Triple. However, this engine is capable of producing 121 BHP (10 BHP more) of maximum power at 11,700 RPM as compared to the Street Triple Svariant, while the peak torque remains the same at 77 Nm but is generated 1400 RPMs higher at 10,800 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox, which comes equipped with a slipper clutch and a quick shifter. Read More: 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS Launching Today; Price in India, Top Speed, Specifications & Features
The Triumph Street Triple RS comes equipped with ABS and multi-level traction control as standard while the bike sports performance components that takes it to a completely different level as compared to the regular variants. Triumph has equipped the Street Triple RS with fully adjustable Showa big piston forks upfront along with Ohlins STX40 mono-shock absorber at the rear with 131 mm suspension travel, which can be fully adjusted for preload, compression and rebound. With all the power comes a huge stopping responsibility, which is handled by Brembo M50 monobloc caliper upfront. All the power is put to tarmac with the help of Pirelli sourced Supercorsa SP tyres on both the end. Also Read: Triumph Street Triple RS India Launch on October 16; Expected Price, Bookings, Specs, Features
The Triumph Street Triple RS will take on rivals like the Ducati Monster 821 and Kawasaki Z900 among others. In terms of dimensions, the Street Triple RS gets an overall length of 2,065 mm along with a width of 735 mm and a height of 1060 mm. The bike gets a seat height of 810 mm, while the wheelbase stands at 1410 mm along with a kerb weight of 166 kg kerb. The bike will get two colour options – Matt Silver Ice and Phantom Black. The bike also comes equipped with 5 riding modes – Road, Track, Sport, Rain and Individual. Another talking point of the Street Triple RS is the full-colour TFT LCD display for the instrument cluster.