Triumph Motorcycles has officially unveiled its much ambitious 2021 Speed Triple 1200 RS, and they plan to unveil the Speed Triple RS 1200 in India today January 28th.
A couple of days ago Triumph teased its upcoming 2021 Triumph Speed Triple RS 1200.
In case of Speed Triple since a decade and a half, we haven’t seen Triumph bringing any extensive updates.
We see the first spy shot from the Facebook group shows the 2021 Speed Triple RS 1200 in flesh and blood.
The spy shot looks similar to the one we see in the leaked spec image below. With large exhaust, the bike we could see the bike on the road without the camouflage.
As the shot is from the side, we don’t see much when it comes to its front. However, we Triumph has already teased its headlight.
Unlike any other sports bike, it does get a step seat. However, from this spy shot, we could see the pillion seat is covered.
Further, the fuel tank is smooth at the same time chiselled. The flat and short handlebar is present for excellent comfort. From the looks, we see it is a mix of sports and the naked.
The wide spoke alloy wheels look stunning. We expect the bike laden with the heavy electronic package. With a compact design, the bike may not weigh much.
Twist the throttle and feel the all-new triple accelerate you forwards with its higher capacity 1160cc triple engine. It is delivering 180PS peak power, up 30PS on the previous Speed Triple.
And producing 125Nm of peak torque, you’ll feel your senses ignite. High revving, with an even better triple sound, it’s effortless to ride, exhilarating, and the most responsive and fastest accelerating Speed Triple ever.
Designed to bring a visceral high with every moment, the new 2021 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RS is the lightest and best-handling Speed Triple, bar none.
It’s 10kg lighter than the previous generation at just 198kg ready to ride, with an all-new lightweight chassis, all-new rider ergonomics and a more dominant and purposeful riding position.
Another front view
The result is a tighter, more toned, and centralised mass bike for a more agile, precise, and dynamic ride.
Premium track equipment includes new Brembo Stylema brakes, Metzeler Racetec RR tyres and performance-tuned Ohlins suspension, all tuned for the ultimate naked performance sport ride.
The new Speed Triple 1200 RS is nothing less than a handling revolution.
Advanced ride-by-wire throttle technology equips the Speed Triple 1200 RS with three distinctly different throttle maps, and four optimised traction control maps to bring you the response you need, no matter the conditions.
The five customisable riding modes, Rain, Road, Sport, Track and Rider Configurable, are changed via a dedicated button on the handlebars and adjust the bike’s character with faithful throttle response, ABS traction control settings.
Optimised Cornering ABS and switchable Optimized Cornering Traction Control ensure optimum progress and control in all conditions by continuously monitoring the lean angle of the bike.
Simultaneously, the enhanced new Track mode makes electronic interventions virtually imperceptible during fast track riding, leaving you to focus on the next apex.
Packed with technology for the ultimate connected ride, the new Speed Triple 1200 RS has all-new 5” TFT instruments for easy to read the information at a glance.
Hook up your smartphone with the My Triumph Connectivity System fitted as standard, for Google turn-by-turn navigation, GoPro control, music and more.
Stuart Wood, Chief Engineer Triumph is talking.
The enhanced new standard-fit Triumph Shift Assist up and down quickshifter features an improved sensor for lightning-fast upshifts and smooth, precise clutchless downshifts.
All-new, full LED lighting with stunning new headlights, signature DRL, and sculpted rear light transform the unique 1200 RS style and lighting capability, with a whiter, brighter and incredibly distinctive new setup.
The feedback and inspiration come from Moto2 as well.
We said a healthy 167hp power with a torque range of 136Nm will be more useful for the upcoming Speed Triple 1200 RS.
However, now it gets more, and it gets 180PS of raw power.
- 180 PS
- 198 Kgs, 10 kgs lighter compared to the earlier model.
- Racetrack RR tires
- Narrow footpegs
- New seat profile for more comfort
- All new 5 inch TFT with the new operating system
- The new navigation system provides turn by turn help to rider, music and phone operation. Further, it offers unique go pro functionality.
- Next-gen shift assists, quickshifter, IMU optimised ABS and traction control. Both have dedicated track setting.
- Five riding modes. Specifically focused track mode.
- Full LED setup.
- Full keyless system.
- The keyless fuel filler cap
- Single-sided swingarm
- Sharp lines
- Striking new dynamic headlights
- Compact front end.
- Carbon fibre mudguard
- Colours: Matt Silver and Sapphire black
- 35 new accessories
Price: 15,100 Pounds OTR in the UK. So expect the India price in the range between INR 16 to 16 Lakh.
Further, India Triumph still has to unveil the price for new Tiger 850 Sport, Trident 660 and the new entrant Speed Triple 1200 RS.