Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler spotted again ahead of launch
Triumph-Bajaj has been developing several models, including a street naked and scrambler. And the Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler has been spied testing again in India. Recently, Bajaj has taken over the sales and marketing operations of Triumph in the country. In fact, the new Triumph-Bajaj bikes will be manufactured at the Chanak facility of Bajaj in Pune, Maharashtra.
Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler: Design
As seen in the latest photos, the upcoming Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler Going by the latest batch of pictures, the test mule appears to be a near-production-ready model. The key design highlights of the Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler include a small windscreen, all-LED lights, a round headlamp with a crescent-shaped daytime driving light, dual-barrel exhaust, a split seat, a high-set front fender, a sculpted fuel tank with an off-set fuel tank cap, and alloy wheels. Further, going by the pictures, the rider sits upright on the Scrambler with a somewhat relaxed posture. However, the footpegs are positioned slightly towards the rear.
Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler: Features and Hardware
The upcoming Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler is likely to come with a semi-digital instrument console reminicent of the unit that used to come with old Triumph Tiger and Street Triple motorcycles. This semi-digital dashboard could also offer Bluetooth connectivity.
The two-wheeler manufacturer is expected to bestow the motorcycle with upside-down forks, a rear mono-shock, a single disc brake at the front, a slipper and assist clutch, ride-by-wire, and dual-channel ABS. Moreover, the Scrambler could benefit from 19-inch alloy wheels at the front and 17-inch alloy wheels at the back.
Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler: Engine
Powering the Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler is likely to be a 300cc-400cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. This motor is believed to produce about 35-45PS and 30Nm of torque.
In other news, Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles recently completed the transfer of Triumph's India sales and marketing operations to Bajaj Auto. As a part of this strategic partnership, the newly developed Triumph-Bajaj motorcycles will be produced at Bajaj Auto's Chakan plant in Pune, Maharashtra. With this, Bajaj Auto will also oversee 15 Triumph showrooms in India. In order to expand its touchpoints, Bajaj Auto will open 120 new Triumph showrooms across India in two years.
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