New Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle spotted testing in India
Bajaj and Triumph have been developing new motorcycle, which has been spotted testing on multiple occasions in some western countries. Now, the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle was recently spied testing in India, once again ahead of its expected launch later this year.
New Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle: Design
As seen in the latest batch of spy shots, the Bajaj-Triumph roadster appears to be production-ready. Interestingly, the motorcycle bears Indian market-specific elements, such as a saree guard, a crash guard, and a front registration plate mount. On top of that, it carries more or less the same styling cues similar to the previously spotted prototype, such as a round headlight, bar-end mirrors, tubular grabrail, and side-slung exhaust. The bike maker could also offer full LED lighting.
New Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle: Features and Hardware
Going by the spy pictures, the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle is likely to get upside-down front forks and a monoshock setup at the back. Moreover, it could benefit from front and rear disc brakes paired with dual-channel ABS. Other features may include a semi-digital or fully digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity, slipper and assist clutch, and traction control, among others.
New Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle: Engine
Although the official powertrain specifications are unavailable at the moment, it is believed that the new Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle could get a 250cc-400cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine expected to be paired with either a five-speed or six-speed gearbox.
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