- The test mule seems to be suspended on Ohlins front forks rather than the current Showa unit
- Other tweaks like raised clip-ons, new under DRL splitter and a pair of wings have also been spotted
Triumph seems to be working on the next-gen Street Triple since the test mule has been recently spotted. The bike is likely to receive an updated front fork setup, possibly Ohlins 43 mm NIX30 USD forks, the same one used for the Speed Triple 1200 RS.
Even the triple clamp has been lowered and the straight single piece bar has made way for raised clip-ons. This change could have been made in a bid to free some real estate near the triple tree to equip the bike with keyless ignition.
The test mule also features a new splitter located right below the DRLs and a pair of plastic appendages. The latter could be the wings which would work in conjunction with the new splitter for better air flow and downforce.
Triumph is yet to make any official announcement or release any teasers, so the updated model is a bit far from its launch. Not to mention, it’s not yet clear whether the updated Street Triple will receive the RS moniker or placed above the current top of the line model.