Spyshots of the 2013 Triumph Street Triple surface!

The Triumph Street Triple, it seems will continue in the brand new look that it got recently, in other words, with the new bug eyed headlamps. Spyshots of the 2013 version of the Triumph Street Triple have emerged and from what we can see, there seems to be a few changes on the exterior of the motorcycle. While the bug eyed headlamp design stays put, the 2013 Street Triple gets a brand new underslung exhaust, much like the other street fighters that have been adopting this look. Apart from the new look, the underslung exhaust could also optimize weight distribution for better balance and handling as is the case usually with such designs.

2013 Triumph Street Triple Spyshot

2013 Triumph Street Triple Spyshot

Apart from this big visible change, the body work and swing arm design also seems to have changed a bit on the 2013 Street Triple. On whether there are any changes to the engine’s power and torque output remains to be seen and this is something we’ll find out when Triumph releases official information on the updated version of the Street Triple motorcycle. The Street Triple motorcycle is a highly successful and iconic product from the British motorcycle maker Triumph. Motorcyclists across the world love this motorcycle for the torquey output its 3 cylinder engine generates, something that is scarcely matched by high revving inline four engines that make for the majority of the competition.

2013 Triumph Street Triple Spyshot

2013 Triumph Street Triple Spyshot

Triumph has just entered the Indian market, with 7 motorcycles from its global motorcycle range. The British brand displayed its wares at the 2012 Indian Auto Expo where it created quite a stir when it announced prices of its Indian range. The Triumph Street Triple 675 is the second least priced motorcycle and is expected to make quite a few waves when it is launched later this year due to its super competitive price of INR 5.75 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi. Other motorcycles in Triumph’s Indian range include the Triumph Bonneville, the Triumph Daytona 675, the Triumph Speed Triple,  the Triumph Tiger 800XC,  the Triumph Storm and the Triumph Rocket III.

Via Motociclismo

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