- Triumph has recently revealed its new roadster bike.
- The all-new Triumph Trident comes powered by a 660cc three-cylinder engine.
- The company will also bring the Triumph Trident in India next year.
Triumph has revealed the all-new Trident 660 globally and it is a middleweight roadster that comes with multiple features.
The upcoming Triumph Trident 660 comes with all-LED headlamps and taillights and new TFT digital cluster. Meanwhile, the roadster bike also gets two riding modes, precisely – “Rain” and “Road”. With the riding modes, the bike also features a switchable traction control as well as ride by wire throttle.
Based on the tubular steel chassis the roadster bike gets adjustable Showa suspension, 17-inch aluminum wheels and 805mm seat height. However, the braking duties are handled by twin 310mm discs at the front and a 255mm disc at the rear.
Powering the upcoming Triumph Trident is a 660cc, three-cylinder engine. Meanwhile, this engine churns out 81Ps of power @ 10,250 with a peak torque of 64Nm @ 6250 RPM. The engine comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox with slip and assist clutch as standard. Apart from this, Triumph claims that the engine is made up of 67 new components.
Four color schemes are available with the all-new Triumph Trident 660 including Silver Ice and Diablo Red, Matt Jet Black and Matte Silver Ice, etc.
However, the British bike manufacturer is also offering an optional Bluetooth Module that provides GoPro and Phone control, navigation as well as music control.
Triumph has also announced that it will bring the 660cc Triumph Trident to India via the CKD route next year. However, the company has not revealed the price of the roadster bike yet.