Range Topping Tiger Explorer XRT Spotted Without Camouflage

Triumph’s motorcycle line-up is set to get a major reshuffle soon. With confirmation pouring in of the new Bonneville range set to be unveiled on October 28, the manufacturer has not forgotten its flagship offering in the adventure category. The Tiger Explorer brand is known around the world for its uncanny go anywhere capability, and is set to be next on company’s model updation list.

The new Explorer series is also expected to carry the same ideology of the new Tiger 800 range which globally gets a 6 model line-up with a break up of three road based and three off-road centric motorcycles.

The new Explorers have been revealed in fully uncamouflaged images by the folks at VisorDown and the motorcycles look very close to being production-ready.

Tiger Explorer XRT

The bike in maroon even shows off its name, Explorer XRT! This particular motorcycle is expected to be the range topping variant of the Explorer family which is biased towards the tarmac (notice the presence of alloys and not spokes). Expect the bike to get a host of technological betterments like semi active electronically adjustable WP suspension setup. The subsequent models placed lower than the Explorer XRT are expected to lose certain attributes to compensate for the cost difference.

Tiger Explorer facelift

The new Explorer range is also expected to be loaded with a host of electronic aids and riding modes. The brakes too are set to be uniform with new radial mounted units by Brembo. The pic above (in black) also shows a range topping off-road variant which has not been labelled yet. The bike also gets the luggage panniers and can be expected to be loaded with a host of riding aids and extra lights.

Expect Triumph to unveil these new Explorers very soon, possibly at the EICMA next month.