2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Series Teased In India; Launch Soon

Triumph have teased the arrival of the Tiger 1200 Range through a video… Date of launch is still awaited…

So, last month we reported that Triumph India listed their newly revealed Flagship Adventure-tourers -Tiger 1200 – on the official Indian website. We also shared the whole list of accessories that the company will offer for the flagship ADV when it arrives in our country. 

Lo and behold! Today Triumph India have started teasing the arrival of the Tiger 1200 Range on their social media channels and handles. 

2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Range Teaser in India

In December 2021, Triumph globally unveiled their updated flagship Tiger 1200 ADv range to take on the likes of Ducati Multistrada V4, BMW R1250 GS and KTM 1290 Adventure range. 

Since last month, the Tiger 1200 range has been listed on the official Indian website bearing the caption – ‘Price Coming Soon’. Today Triumph have confirmed that they are finally bringing the flagship ADV to our shores by releasing a teaser video on their social media. 

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The company released a small video showing the ADV wading through the rough terrain which then fades into a text that says ‘Coming Soon, #TheUltimateAdventureRide’

2022 Triumph Tiger 1200 Range

A lot is known about the 2022 version of Tiger 1200 Range as the ADV is already available in the international markets since December 2021.  

The Tiger 1200 is offered in two variants – Rally and GT. The GT variant is a road-biased version which is designed for touring while the Rally variant is designed for off-road excursions. There is one additional ‘Explorer’ version for both variants which offers an increased fuel capacity of 30 L.

The GT variant rides on 19” front and 18’ rear alloy wheels coupled to a comparatively shorter suspension travel than the Rally variant. The off-road biased Rally variant gets a longer travel suspension connected to 21” front and 18” rear wheels with a cross-spoke design as standard.

The mechanical underpinnings are absolutely identical on both variants. The Tiger 1200 range is powered by Euro5-compliant, 1,160 cc, inline-three cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which produces 147 BHP at 9,000 RPM and 130 Nm of torque at 7,000 RPM.

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