The legendary British motorcycle maker, Triumph, has officially teased the launch of its 2021 Street Scrambler ahead of its launch in the Indian market. The company has added various new products to its lineup that includes Street Twin, Trident 660, Speedmaster, and more.
Let us now talk about the latest Triumph Street Scrambler; and it comes equipped with the 900cc parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine, which seems familiar but has been tuned to comply with the pollution emission norms.
Talking about the output, it is capable of generating maximum power of 65PS at 7,250rpm and a peak torque of 80Nm at 3,250rpm. The power is sent to the wheels via a five-speed gearbox.
Now you might complain that the brand is offering only a five-speed unit instead of a six-speed one with such a huge engine. However, it has been done so that the buyer gets the thrilling performance even after the tuning of the engine to match the emission norms.
Along with the engine, the brand has also tweaked the exterior looks of the motorcycle as it now gets new side panels, a new heel guard, aluminium number board, brushed aluminium headlight brackets, adventure-oriented seats and more.
Twin shock absorbers handle the suspension duties at the rear, and upfront, it gets a pair of 41mm telescopic forks. When it comes to braking performance, it flaunts a 255 mm disc brake at the rear and the front; it features a 320 mm unit. Both of them are assisted with Anti Lock Braking System.
The motorcycle is available in three options to the paint schemes - Jet Black, Urban Grey, and Matte Khaki Matte Ironstone. Some of the bike's key features include three riding modes, traction control, semi-digital instrument cluster, high-mounted twin exhausts, under-seat USB charger, split seats, and led taillamp.
The company has not revealed any information regarding the pricing and the launch date yet.