New Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle India launch on 5 July
Triumph Motorcycles India has confirmed that it will launch one of the first motorcycles co-developed with Bajaj in India on 5 July, 2023. The India launch will take place soon after the world premiere of the motorcycle in London, the United Kingdom, on 27 June, 2023.Triumph-Bajaj has been working on two new 400cc motorcycles, a scrambler and a roadster. An invitation sent by the firm states that join us for the launch of a new Triumph motorcycle. This suggests that British marque is likely to introduce only one bike in the country at first, followed by another sometime later this year. Notably, Triumph, as a part of its partnership with Bajaj, will manufacture its new motorcycles at Bajaj's Pune facility in Maharashtra.
New Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle: Design
The upcoming Triumph-Bajaj scrambler and roadster, as seen in the spy photos, will feature a neo-retro design with subtle modern touches. Both scrambler and roadster will come with distinctive styling. The teaser image shared with the invite shows a silhouette of the upcoming motorcycle's fuel tank and ribbed bench seat. Interestingly, the fuel cap appears to be slightly off-seat typical of Triumph's modern-classic motorcycles.
New Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle: Specifications and Features
The equipment list of the upcoming Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle is likely to comprise upside down front forks, a rear monoshock, and single disc brake setup at both ends. Expect the brand to offer a semi-digital instrument console, all-LED lighting, traction control, a slipper clutch, and dual-channel ABS, among others. The scrambler and roadster are likely to share the same specifications.
New Triumph-Bajaj motorcycles: Engine
Powering the new Triumph-Bajaj scrambler and roadster are likely to be powered by an all-new 400cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. This motor could produce around 40-45PS.
Recently, Bajaj took over Triumph India's sales and marketing operations. As a part of this, Bajaj will look after 15 showrooms of Triumph and will also introduce 120 new dealerships in the next two years. Both two-wheeler manufacturers have also developed new motorcycles. We expect this 400cc platform to spawn more bikes.
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