2021 Speed Twin launch anytime soon. It will come with more power and tweaks to the engine and other mechanicals…
The 2021 Triumph Speed Twin is all set to hit the Indian roads soon. Triumph has opened pre-bookings of the motorcycle in India at an amount of Rs 50,000 and is talking about it on its social channels.
The 1200 cc parallel twin-cylinder engine now pumps 100 PS of power at 7250 RPM. These are higher than the older version by around 3 hp. Peak torque has remain unchanged at 112 Nm however, it comes at 4250 rpm that is 500 rpm earlier.
To reduce inertia the new Speed Twin uses lightweight crankshaft and alternator. Also, Triumph has deployed new high compression pistons, revised ports, and a fresh cam profile.
The classic packs three riding modes – Road, Rain and Sport. It also offers switchable traction control, dual-channel ABS, clutch with torque-assist function. In certain markets, the Speed Twin will be available with DRL headlights and LED lighting.
There are several noticeable cosmetic tweaks on the Triumph Speed Twin. It comes with 12-spoke wheels, stainless steel twin exhaust, catchy graphics on the tank, anodized headlight, and mudguards.
The roadster from Triumph gets a 14.5-liter tank, bar-end mirrors borrowed from the Street Triple bikes. The model comes with a flat seat which should be comfortable.
The Speed Twin gets a digital meter console that mentions the gear position, dual trip, fuel gauge, traction control settings, and TPMS indicator (auxiliary feature). For security, the motorcycle has an engine immobilizer along with a transponder that can be controlled directly from the bike’s key.
Users can select between three color finishes -Red Hopper, Matt Storm Grey, and Jet Black.
Triumph’s classic roadster comes with Metzeler Racetec RR tyres on 17 inches cast aluminum spoke wheels at the front and rear end. It gets 43 mm USD forks from Marzocchi at the front and twin adjustable suspension at the rear.
The braking section deploys Brembo 4 piston calipers on twin 320mm Brembo discs at the front wheels. The rear brakes are from Nissin with 2-piston floating calipers on a 220mm single disc. As a standard, the Triumph Speed Twin gets dual-channel ABS.
Triumph is expected to announce the price of the new model and we expect it to be close to Rs 10 Lakh ex-showroom.