Triumph Street Triple 2023 spy shots offer first look at new 765cc foray

Triumph Street Triple 2023 spy shots offer first look at new 765cc foray

Triumph’s next generation of middleweight naked has been on our radar for a couple of weeks now, thanks to a spy video of an upcoming new ride undergoing testing somewhere in Europe.

That spy shots gave us a lot to work with, and we’ve carried out some very detailed photogrammetry analyses of it. 

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The photos that have surfaced since then have helped confirm some of our early assumptions about the bike . Clearing up some of the parts identification and giving us even more info on what to expect in the 2023 lineup from legendary Britain-based manufacturer.

Especially when we talk about the Street Triple.

The Street Triple has long been regarded as one of the best-naked sportbikes for the money — and then, things just got better, thanks to 2020’s updates. 

However, if these latest spy photos are any indication, there may be more to come from Triumph before 2023 is through—and, if it’s true, we’re excited about what it could be.

It’s hard not to feel confident about it when you look at the 765cc triple engine currently powering the Triumph Street Triple. This machine is your standard three-cylinder design, with a 765cc capacity. It should become more potent with each passing year. 

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If you’re looking for some of its core specs right now, though, we can tell you that it has Liquid-cooled, 12 valves, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder. 

The output specs are also pretty solid, coming in at 123PS / 121.36 BHP (90.5kW) @11750rpm and 79Nm@ 9350rpm torque. 

We’ll keep updating you as more information becomes available on this new Triumph Street Triple—but in the meantime, what do you think is next for this model? 

Based on the spy shot caught somewhere in Europe. Triumph made it pretty clear that a new front end would be on the agenda for all the members of the Street Triple family. 

Well, as it turns out, that’s only half of the story. Yes, there’s a new fork 41mm upside-down Showa big piston fork in town.

And while earlier rumours suggested this adjustable beauty would only be available on the upstart Street Triple S, it appears to be shared between all the Street Triple versions and adds yet another feather to Triumph’s cap.

Triumph may be planning to release an all-new Street Triple as early as the 2023 model year, should spy photos taken in Europe be any indication. However, we don’t see what kind of suspension Triumph will add to the rear from the spy shots. 

The question here is the present Street Triple R gets an adjustable Showa mono-shock, and its elder sibling Street Triple RS gets the fully-adjustable Öhlins STX4 on the rear.

However, we are still unclear about Triumph’s plans for the rear suspension on its new Street Triple that we see in spy shots.

Further, see a few aesthetic changes like a belly pan similar to the RS and headlights that take the shape of a mantis.

Above the Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires, we can also see the carbon fibre hugger. There are new grab rails present on the rear. We don’t see any change in the rear section other than that.

Of course, as is often the case with such stories, we cannot provide you with any promises or guarantees one way or another just now. 

That said, and speaking in terms of pure speculation, here we present you with a “fresh” look at what could very well be a prototype-stage model which has been caught testing alongside the existing lineup.

So we may see new shades for the new Street Triple. And as far as performance specs go, we cannot figure it from these spy shots.

Image Source: Rideapart

 

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