New Triumph Rocket III Roadster

Cruiser, Petrol
Expected Launch : Mar 2020
₹ 19 Lakh - 20 Lakh
Expected Price

New Triumph Rocket III Roadster Latest Updates

A new version of the 2.3-litre three-cylinder cruiser from Triumph may be launched in 2019, and an updated model may already be in the works. New Rocket likely to get updated engine, new electronics suite. A design sketch of a possible new model of the Triumph Rocket III was briefly flashed on the screen at the dealer conference which was held back in October 2018. 

The 2019 Triumph Rocket is likely to get an updated, Euro-IV-compliant version of the 2,294 cc three-cylinder engine that's made the Rocket III the largest production motorcycle engine in the world. The last generation Rocket made around 148 bhp, so the new 2019 Rocket is expected to get a power boost, as well as more equipment, in terms of electronics. So, expect riding modes, traction control, and maybe even wheelie control. And power output could well surpass the 159 bhp peak output of the Ducati Diavel 1260. The updated bike will get a single-sided swingarm, upside down forks with radial Brembo calipers gripping the twin discs. The round twin headlights from the previous model will likely be retained, but the suspension could see a deviation, with a move from the twin shocks to a monoshock rear. In all likelihood, more details will emerge by the second half of this year, with a possible unveil in this year autumn. So far, there's no concrete information, but the bike in question could be an updated model of the Triumph Rocket III, which was taken off production since it did not meet the latest emission regulations.

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