2023 Triumph Street Triple Range revealed

By Reetika Bhatt | on November 4, 2022 Follow us on Autox Google News

Not only have there been cosmetic upgrades, but Triumph has also upped the power output of its Moto2-derived 765cc, inline-triple engine. 

The 2023 Street Triple lineup for the global markets has been introduced by Triumph Motorcycles. Three models—the R, RS, and the limited-edition Moto2 variant—are on the roster. The Moto2 variant is unlikely to make it to our market, but the first two will be brought to India. Updates on all models aren't just cosmetic in nature, but Triumph has also focused on the 765cc, inline-triple engine to make it more powerful than before. Here is everything you need to know about every model.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765 R

2023 Triumph Street Triple R

This is what Triumph refers to as the Street Triple's most basic iteration or the entry point into the lineup. The 765cc triple engine on the Street Triple R produces 118bhp and 80Nm of torque. It boasts a more aggressive appearance and a new ergonomic riding position. There is also a motorsport-inspired enhanced rider electronics package.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765 RS

2023 Triumph Street Triple RS

The Street Triple RS is the Street Triple's flagship model, with increased performance, enhanced styling, and even more power. The same 765cc triple engine produces 128bhp and 80Nm of torque. It includes high-end Brembo Stylema brakes. This makes it the most powerful Street Triple to date.

2023 Triumph Street Triple 765 Moto2 Edition

Triumph Street Triple Moto2 Edition

The middleweight roadster series' top-tier, limited-edition model comes equipped with the most advanced technology. These include tyres made by Pirelli, Brembo Stylema callipers, fully adjustable Ohlins front forks, and rear mono-shock. A steeper rake, a higher tail, and clip-on handlebars are also added to the Moto2 variant. The design elements include top yoke numbers that are individually numbered, carbon fibre bodywork, and official Moto2 branding. Moreover, the bike will have a worldwide cap of 765 units.

The Moto2 edition's 765cc, inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine produces the same 128bhp and 80Nm as the RS version, albeit it gets more electronic aids including a lap-timer, a bidirectional quick-shifter, cornering ABS, lean-sensitive traction control, wheelie control, and five riding modes (Road, Rain, Sport, Track, and Rider).

Triumph Racing Yellow and Crystal White are the two colours that will be available for the Moto2 edition.

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