2019 Triumph Speed Twin is slated to be launched in India today. The bookings for the same had begun already across all dealerships pan India. We expect the new modern classic to be priced around the Rs 10 lakh mark (ex-showroom). The deliveries of the 2019 Triumph Speed Twin should commence by the end of this month.
Also see: TRIUMPH SPEED TWIN First Ride Video
Triumph Speed Twin launched in India at Rs 9.46 lakh ex-showroom Pan India
Triumph Speed Twin launched in India at Rs 9.46 lakh
As always, Triumph will have a long list of accessories on offer for the Speed Twin, along with a dedicated clothing range.
The Triumph Speed Twin will be offered in three colours in India, all being dual tone shades.
Rider aids on the Triumph India Speed Twin include three riding modes-Sport, Road and Rain, switchable traction control, ABS and a torque assist clutch.
The footpegs on the Triumph India Speed Twin are 38mm forward and 4mm lower than the Thruxton R to make for a more comfortable riding posture.
And the bike makes its appearance on stage!
These are some of the customer engagement activities Triumph India is having in its portfolio currently
As a brand Triumph India is focusing strongly on customer engagement programs, given that that’s what owners want today
Triumph India holds 16 per cent market share in India, as far as motorcycles above 500cc priced above Rs 5 lakh are concerned
More importantly, Triumph India is the number one brand for modern classic motorcycles in India says Shoeb.
In just over five years since it entered India, Triumph India has sold over 6,000 motorcycles in the country, which has been made possible thanks to its wide spread of motorcycles on offer across price brackets and segments says Shoeb.
The Speed Twin will be the eighth model in the current generation Bonneville family in India for Triumph India
2019 is going to be hectic for Triumph India says Shoeb Farooq, they’ve launched three products this year already - the updated StreetTwin and StreetScrambler and the Tiger800XCA
And the event’s just begun. It’s Shoeb Farooq, GM, Triumph Motorcycles India on stage now, talking to us
The styling is inspired by a modern classic motorcycle and the body panels are minimum
The conventional telescopic fork and a dual shock absorber setup take care of the suspension duties
We are at the launch event of the 2019 Speed Twin in Mumbai. Stay tuned for further updates
The brake setup on the motorcycles is a dual 305mm rotor setup in the front and 220mm rotor in the rear
The Triumph speed twin gets a 1,200cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine which is lighter by 2.5 kgs, courtesy - magnesium cam covers, lightened engine covers and new clutch assembly.
The Triumph Speed Twin sits above the Street Twin which was launched in the Indian market earlier this year.