The most noticeable change on the 2020 Street Triple is the redesigned headlamp which gets twin LED DRLs that give it an aggressive look.
Triumph has also tweaked the Street Triple RS’s sub-frame making the pillion sit a bit higher thus providing more leg room.
The motorcycle continues to sport a full-colour TFT screen as the previous model. The screen is adjustable to suit different viewing angles and gets four display styles.
Moreover, the instrument console integrates the optional Bluetooth connectivity which gives access to the GoPro feature, turn-by-turn navigation along with music and calls via the switchgear.
Powering the bike is the 765cc, inline-three engine from the Daytona Moto2 765. This motor produces 121bhp, similar to the previous RS, although with a different tune to bump power in the mid-range power.
Braking hardware is the same as the outgoing Street Triple RS with Brembo M50 Monobloc calipers and twin 310mm discs along with a 220mm disc at the rear.
Meanwhile, suspension is handled by Showa Big Piston Forks and an Ohlins STX40 monoshock at the rear that is fully adjustable.
Triumph is offering the 2020 Street Triple RS in two colour options- Matte Jet Black with Aluminum Silver and Yellow graphics or Silver Ice with Diablo Red and Aluminum Silver decals and red pinstripes on the wheels.