Triumph Tiger Sport 660 Teased, To Reveal On 5th October
Triumph has released a handful of teaser photographs for the Tiger Sport 660 ahead of the sport tourer’s official unveiling on October 5th.
Around this time last month, the British motorcycle manufacturer shared a few photographs of the model’s disguised test mule, and now the production-spec car has been teased.
The front end of the Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is shown incomplete in one teaser shot. A semi-fairing with a huge flyscreen (which appears to be adjustable), a pair of LED headlights with DRLs, and a restyled mudguard are all included.
The other photograph simply displays the radiator side cover, which is emblazoned with the words “Tiger Sport.” The indicators are located above the panels, and the engine, which was borrowed from the Trident 660, can be seen in the backdrop.
Other features of the Tiger Sport 660, including the fuel tank, side panels (or lack thereof), and the tail, have all been changed a little to give the middleweight sports tourer its own individuality, according to previous tests mules.
The motorcycle’s overall appearance, which includes a restyled instrument cluster that incorporates the Trident’s circular unit in a separate housing, is more Italian than British, which isn’t a bad thing.
The 660cc three-cylinder engine used in the Triumph Trident will power the Triumph Tiger Sport 660, as teaser photographs have revealed.
The motor should continue to produce 80 horsepower and 64 pound-feet of torque. It’s unclear whether the 6-speed transmission will have changed ratios, but it’s a strong possibility.
The new motorcycle does, however, share the same frame, wheels, and brakes as the Trident 660. It might, however, feature suspension that is adjusted specifically for touring.
During the official unveiling, further information about the motorcycle will be given, and the bike, like the Trident, will be introduced in India.