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New Triumph Rocket 3: Image Gallery

01 August 2019, 06:30 PM Janak Sorap
New Triumph Rocket 3: Image Gallery

After a slew of spy images, Triumph has finally unveiled the production-spec model of the all-new Rocket 3. The power cruiser has been introduced in two versions, R as the roadster variant and GT as a more touring-focused version. Here’s a detailed image gallery of the R model that is likely to make it to Indian shores in the next year.

The Rocket 3 sports an all-new styling that is a significant departure from the previous edition. While the front features twin-pod headlamps, it is now flanked by a body-coloured windscreen with LED turn indicators.

The new Rocket 3 features a sculpted fuel tank following Triumph’s signature design DNA. It comes with a brushed stainless steel tank strap and Monza-style fuel cap. The fuel carrying capacity stands at 18.17-litres.

To ease the effort required to pull the clutch lever, Triumph has equipped the Rocket 3 with a hydraulically-operated clutch with adjustment for clutch lever play.

The twin-pod headlamp setup of the Rocket 3 follows the same cluster design as other modern classic motorcycle offered by Triumph. It features the same unique LED DRL that is also present in the Speedmaster and the TFC versions of the Thruxton and Rocket 3.

The new Rocket 3 offers a commanding stance to the rider with its wide single-piece handlebar and neutral-set footpegs. Apart from that, the motorcycle comes equipped with inverted forks at the front to take care of damping duties.

Powering the new Rocket 3 is an all-new 2458cc inline-three DOHC motor that punches out a ridiculous amount of power. Compared to its predecessor, the new Rocket 3’s displacement has been increased by 164cc. In terms of power output, the engine registers max power output of 165bhp and a massive peak torque figure of 221Nm.

The Rocket 3 features a split-seat design with a step for the pillion rider. The previous-generation model also came with a split-seat configuration but wasn’t raised. The seat height for the new Rocket 3 is set at 772mm.

The aggressive design of the Rocket 3 is present in the rear section of the power cruiser as well. It features twin slash-cut exhaust canisters and a single-sided swingarm finished with a tyre hugger holding the licence plate.

For braking, Triumph has equipped the Rocket 3 with 320mm dual discs accompanied by radially mounted Brembo Stylema 4-piston monoblock calipers. The rear comes equipped with a 300mm disc with a Brembo 4.32 4-piston monoblock caliper.

Triumph is likely to launch the Rocket 3 internationally at the upcoming EICMA 2019 in Milan. Expect the manufacturer to bring the new power cruiser to Indian shores sometime in 2020. In terms of competition, the Rocket 3 will lock horns with Ducati Diavel 1260 in the power cruiser segment.

Triumph Bonneville Speedmaster [2019]

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