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2020 Triumph Street Triple RS India launch is postponed until further notice

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The all-new Triumph Street Triple RS 2020 was expected to be released in India on 25 March 2020. However, the British two-wheeler maker has agreed to delay the launch.

Before further notice as a result of the current pandemic of COVID-19.

With the situation of COVID-19 getting worse in the region. Triumph called for the launch of the 2020 Street Triple RS. So, the latest launch date will be revealed after 31 March 2020.

Earlier, following the coronavirus epidemic. Triumph had announced a’ digital reveal’ of the new Street Triple RS on Twitter on 25 March. Nonetheless, with the crisis getting worse in the region. The company eventually called off the project. Triumph will reveal its latest launch date after 31 March 2020.

Triumph worked hard to make the current 2020 Street Triple RS look more arrogant, angrier and more offensive than the outgoing edition of the bike.

Features:

New features such as LED headlights, LED DRLs, revised viewfinder, carbon-fiber exhaust finishes. With satin metal, heel guards and several more have included in the forthcoming Street Triple RS to make this middleweight roadster more attractive than the old one.

Triumph hasn’t reduced the beauty changes. The 2020 Street Triple RS engine also uses a range of new parts, such as a new exhaust cam and a new crankshaft, clutch, and balance unit.

The engine a common 765 cc in-line 3-cylinder liquid-cooled mill that produces 123 PS of maximum power at 11,750 rpm. And a top torque of 79 Nm at 9,350 rpm. This is a BS6/Euro 5 engine that is legal.

The gear here is a 6-speed unit. This assisted by a slipper and an assist clutch and a bi-directional Triumph Shift Aid quick-shifter.

The suspension duties on the new Street Triple RS performed by a 41 mm fully adjustable Showa wide front piston fork at the front and a fully adjustable Ohlins STX40 piggyback tank at the rear. The brakes on this motorcycle include the Brembo M504-piston radial monobloc callipers on the front.

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