Triumph Street Triple RS 1200 Revealed, Coming To India Soon

Triumph Street Triple RS 1200 Revealed
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Triumph has recently unveiled the latest Street Triple 1200 RS and the company is all set to introduce the same in India soon. When launched, it will be available here with a price tag of Rs.16.95 Lakh onwards. Design-wise, the all-new Speed Triple 1200 RS feels more aggressive than ever. It comes with multiple features such as LED headlights, keyless ignition, GoPro connectivity, etc. among others.


  • Triumph has recently revealed the 2021 Triumph Street Triple RS 1200.
  • It comes powered by a 1160cc three-cylinder engine that produces 178BHP of power.
  • The all-new naked superbike will be launched in India soon.
The powerful naked bike comes with ample electronic aids such as traction control (TC), cornering ABS, wheelie control, 6-axis IMU and different ride modes. These modes on the other hand can be used to alter the performance of the all-new Triumph Street Triple 1200 RS and includes rain, road, sport, track and rider as standard. Meanwhile, Triumph has also introduced a new 5-inch TFT instrument console that provides lots of data to the rider with better visibility.
Powering the Triumph Street Triple 1200 RS is a 1160cc three-cylinder engine. It is capable of churning a massive 178BHP of power @ 10,750 RPM and 125Nm of torque @ 9000 RPM. Further, the engine will come paired to a 6-speed gearbox alongside a bi-directional quick shifter that is offered as standard.
Built on the cast aluminium frame, it gets an Ohlins NIX30 USD forks at the front. Meanwhile, at the rear, there is another Ohlins TTX36 monoshock suspension unit. Both the front as well as the rear suspension are adjustable. However, braking duties on the other hand are handled by 320mm twin discs at the front while the rear comes equipped with a single 270mm disc.
Triumph has planned to launch multiple motorcycles in India this year. The company is expected to launch the Tiger 850 Sport soon which will be followed by the Trident 660.