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British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph Motorcycles launched the Street Triple S in India in June 2017. Now, the company is all set to introduce another variant of the naked motorcycle.
Autocar India reports that the Triumph Street Triple 765 RS will be launched in the Indian market in the coming days. Currently, Triumph retails three variants of the Street Triple 765 in the global market.
The Street Triple 765 RS is the top-spec model which comes with significant changes as opposed to the entry-level S variant. The prominent highlight of the RS variant is the engine, which is tuned to deliver more power output.
The RS variant of the Street Triple 765 draws power from the existing 765cc inline, three-cylinder engine producing 123bhp and 77Nm of torque. The S trim of the motorcycle produces 113bhp and 73Nm of torque.
The Street Triple 765 RS gets superior components such as Brembo M50 brakes, Showa Big Piston forks up front and Ohlin's monoshock suspension setup at the rear. The motorcycle is shod with sticky Pirelli Supercorsa tyres to deliver exceptional performance on both track and road.
On the design front, the Triumph Street Triple 765 RS features few changes as compared to the S variant. The noticeable feature is the rear seat cowl which denotes that it is a track focused machine.
Apart from that, the Street Triple 765 RS gets full-color LCD instrument cluster with multiple viewing modes and five riding modes. The motorcycle will be offered in a new frozen matte colour scheme.
Triumph Motorcycles has finally revealed that it will launch the Street Triple 765 RS in India, which means the company will not introduce the mid-spec R variant in the country. With the top-spec components expect the motorcycle to be priced in the range of Rs 10 lakh to Rs 11 lakh ex-showroom.